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This area known in the winter time for its skiing hosts several small granite peaks as well other outcropping. In the summer time the lakes thaw out and provide fishing and cold swimming. Once July rolls around everything is pretty well trawed out and rock climbing is possible. During the winter and spring months snow climbing and a bit of ice can be found. Avalanche danger is present though.
From the town of North Powder, take Exit 285 off Interstate 84 and follow "Anthony Lakes" signs 21 paved miles west on what becomes Road 73.
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The climb begins at about 8000 feet and consists of negotiating a series of slabs sloping from the northwest and rising to the southeast and crosses 3 large slabs in five 150 foot leads. The slabs offers both lay-back and friction type climbing.Source Wy'East Climber 1971...[more] Browse More Classics in OR
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