(6) The Wallaby Rock Climbing
This is the second largest of the three spires on the southwest end of the Marsupials. It has a distinctive round head like boulder atop the summit.
Go south around the base of the mudpile and start uphill. Look south uphill and you will see a large, roughly 150' pinnacle. next to it, there is a shorter and more slinder spire. This is the Wallaby.
Climbing Season For the (x) The Marsupials area.
Weather station 7.0 miles from here
1 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For (6) The Wallaby
North Wall 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a OR
: Smith Rock
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Starts on easy unprotected terrain untill you hit the end of the slab. Bolted climbing continues up the face and to the ladge beneath the summit. The guide book says that there is a belay here but you can also clip the single spinner bolt and continue around the backside of the block and up to the top. Don't fall making the mantle to the top. Ropedrag is pretty harsh but can be somewhat fixed once you're at the anchors by throwing the rope back around the corner....[more] Browse More Classics in OR