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This is a new addition to the Ozone area. Located directly under the parking lot, this wall features short bolted climbs that are good for beginners. Currently 2 routes, with room for a couple more.

Getting There 

Walk down from the west Ozone parking. Just before the first Ozone climbs start, there is a rough trail heading down and back to the west. Follow this trail for about 200'. On a short wall with two small roofs, there is two bolted lines that are 35' tall. (This same trail also continues to Stratosphere Cliff , after a 1/3 mile walk)

Climbing Season

For the Ozone area.

Weather station 2.7 miles from here

2 Total Climbing Routes

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Playing Hooky 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b  Washington : Southwest Cascades : ... : (0) Sport School Wall
This route is short, but an excellent route for beginners, with two variations. If you go around the small overhang to the right, there are multiple good edges and jugs around the roof and up to the anchors. The route is a bit dirty on the holds, from being new, but it will clean up quickly. If you climb straight up, and through the roof/overhang, it is rated 5.8. Bolts can be clipped easily from either variation....[more]   Browse More Classics in Washington

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By Seth Wiggins
From: Corvallis, OR
Jun 21, 2017
As of 6/19/2017, there is a bald eagle's nest immediately above the wall. Watching one circle the nest while the chick(s) and/or mate were vocalizing was one of the better things to see while belaying.

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