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Trailtrekker
2012-07-03 17:48:52
Dangerous bog conditions
I was planning on taking on shortened version of Simon's Mulacor, Lugduff & SE with Rebel Cave. Those of you more familiar with the are, can you tell me would this be particularly bad in our current conditions? Or would I survive with gaiters and poles? If it should be avoided, what would be a good alternative? All good advice will be listened to, cheers.
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