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Nate Ball, Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters
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1.) DON'T GET HURT! Rescues are the biggest liability and headache. Make conservative climbing choices and be crystal-clear about commands to your partner.
2.) Park legally! Your vehicle must be within the white line and perpendicular to the road. No parking parallel to the road; this is to save space as well as make it easier when leaving. No parking along the guard rail or anywhere except the two pullouts.
3.) Pack everything out! Wrappers, poop, banana peels, all of it. If your thing falls down the slope, retrieve it.
4.) Dogs must be on good behavior. Better yet, leave them at home. If they're digging or chasing wildlife or barking, put them back in the car.
5.) Leave your music player at home and enjoy your intoxicants somewhere else.
It is absolutely ESSENTIAL that climbers keep themselves off the radar here or we risk access to one of the region's most popular crags.
Follow the narrow climbers trail from the roadside parking area the trail gradually descends into a thick forest of fir trees. The first steep cliff section at the far west end of the entire Ozone Wall is about 40' in height, but quickly becomes taller as you continue to descend down to the central portion of the crag.
Classic Climbing Routes at Ozone
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