Map · Climbing Area Map
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on Jun 1, 2015
Aron Quiter, Lurker -, Muscrat, Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Vicki Schwantes, Justin Johnsen
A very small area. A thin 'slot' of basalt almost impossible to see if you do not know where to look. 40' tall, 10'wide. There are 5 established lines (top-rope) and numerous alternates. Stays cool for a good part of the day, a good option when the sun baked walls outside are too greasy to climb. THE PARK REMOVES ANY PERMANENT ANCHORS, and if people keep breaking park rules (no bolts) they have threatened to restrict climbing. PLEASE respect park rules. Placements for trad Pro are available. Most of the main wall routes can be anchored using slings on the trees back about 25+ feet from the rock face. I suggest bringing a static rope to extend the master point, as well as a cordelette for each anchor you plan on building. There is a single route on the far right side of the southern wall. You'll need cams to build this anchor (#2 Black Diamond C4, #3 Black Diamond C4, #1 Metolius, #1 tri-cam). Clip the two C4 cams together as one "placement", and link the other two to make a three-piece-anchor using a cordelette.