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Access Issue: Seasonal Peregrine Closure Details
The park closes on February 1st and remains closed until July 15th to protect nesting peregrine falcons. Their annual nesting spot is on the Shining Wall, though they can be heard year-round. Please respect the closure and DO NOT CLIMB AT MADRONE WALL BETWEEN FEB 1st AND JULY 15th. Updates to the status of the park will posted on Clackamas County Park's website - clackamas.us/parks/madronew… - and on the Madrone Wall Preservation Committee facebook page - facebook.com/madronewall/.
Boulder up an unprotected and balance-y seam about 15-20 feet to easy ledges below the roof with a lone bolt. Place a couple finger sized cams from the ledge, then make steep moves to reach the bolt and pull through the roof. If you don't want to deck, place a bomber nut in the crack about a body length past the bolt, and that same crack also takes a 1-2 inch cam once you stand above the roof. Easy terrain leads up and left on ledges to the anchor.
Fairly easy to find: look for a lone bolt to the left of a prominent roof, about 25 feet up. About 15 feet to the right is a 10d route with 2 bolts on it. These routes have different starts but the same finish and anchor.