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|Type:||Boulder, 15 ft|
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|Shared By:||ferrells on Jun 9, 2013|
|Admins:||Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters|
In 2015 and 2016, there was a pair of golden eagles at Bridge Creek Wall. When in effect, starting January 1, PLEASE DO NOT CLIMB or travel within 1/2 mile of Bridge Creek Wall. As a reference, the climb Condorphamine Addiction is just outside of this 1/2 mile buffer, and is OK to climb still. The closure extends through August 15, but there is active monitoring to determine if the seasonal closure can be lifted earlier.
In 2014, there was an active pair of peregrine falcons at Snow Creek Wall, but no official closure was put in effect due to the location of the falcons. The site will be continually monitored with changes or removal of closures updated as necessary.
Start standing on a log, and grab a great jug horn with your right hand. Swing up and left to another good jug. Now pull on, paste your feet on the grainy, exfoliating smears at face height, and rock up onto the painful, gritty slopers 3-4 feet higher. Make sure to tear off all of your skin on these holds, make uncomfortable noises, throw awkwardly to holds that look pretty decent from below, fall off awkwardly, twist your ankle in the logs below, and then, as you are trying to catch yourself, fly backwards and slam your face and hands into the charcoal-covered tree trunk about 6 feet behind the climb.
Repeat 2-10 times, or until you have a striking amount of charcoal on your face, and then leave the boulder alone and go climb something else.