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Lee's Peak

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Lee's Peak 


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Elevation: 8,626'
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Administrators: Peter Franzen, Kristine Hoffman
Submitted By: Allen Sanderson on Sep 21, 2007
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Description 

Lee's Peak lies just aobve Hoffer Lake and has a granite ramp that goes up the NW face. There is one route on the ramp and to the left of the ramp are 6 or so routes (old pins can usually be found).

During the winter months the ramp is covered in snow. It has been skied and in the spring time when the snow is consolidatedit makes for a very moderate snow climb. During the winter and spring avalanche danger is present.


Getting There 

Lee's Peak lies above Hoffer Lake and can be approached by hiking part way up the Hoffer Lakes Trail and then hiking up to the base.


2 Total Routes


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Ramp Route 5.7 5a 15 V+ MVS 4b  OR : North Eastern Oregon : ... : Lee's Peak
This is the ramp on the north facing side of Lee's Peak and can be seen from Anthony Lake. Often holds snow late into the summer but can be by-passed by climbing on the face ramp of the ramp rather than in the corner. Three easy pitches of climbing can be found on the ramp. The second pitch which moves around a block can be challenging if water is present. Pro is solid but may be well spaced. The crack on the right side starts out quite large but narrows as it goes up....[more]   Browse More Classics in OR

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