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Member Since: Jan 23, 2008
Last Visit: Aug 3, 2011
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Point Rank: # 6,198
Total Points: 50

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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
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Location: Washington : Central-East Cascades, Wena... : Stuart-Enchantments : Prusik Peak : West Ridge (5.7)
By: Stephen Davis When: Feb 27, 2011

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Comments: We did this route with a 50 meter twin rope doubled in half, and it was very doable (including rappels). You can also save time on the rappels if you just down climb a few short sections, we only did three of them. You don't need to bring a number 3 camalot; and if I brought doubles of any sizes it would only be #1 and #2. Though doubles are not really necessary if you're a 5.8-5.9 climber, this route takes great gear wherever you want to put it.

Location: Oregon : Central Oregon : Smith Rock : (x) The Marsupials : (4) Mud Pile : Marsupials Traverse (5.8 R)
By: Stephen Davis When: Oct 24, 2008

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Comments: I would definately say bringing to #3 cams would be excessive, the only half decent cam placements on the whole route were a yellow TCU, blue TCU and a #1 camalot, but all these had nut placement near them, so just bring nuts!

Location: Oregon : Willamette Valley : Wolf Rock : South Gullies : South Gully (5.0)
By: Stephen Davis When: Jul 28, 2008

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Comments: The route had two bolted balay stations, the second pitch had two bolts also, you can make this really as difficult as you want, but be comfortable on runouts/sparse pro

Location: Oregon : Central Oregon : Smith Rock : (u) Red Wall : Super Slab (5.6)
By: Stephen Davis When: May 19, 2008

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Comments: Very Fun alternative/climbing warm up to the misery ridge trail up and over, you pass right by this so why not do this instead of the crappy slippery hike?