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Eric Frede, Charles Arnett, 6/86
on Jun 30, 2008
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Final face moves during the FA of Heatstroke, 1986...
Seasonal Raptor Closure 2016
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Preemptive eagle closures start 2/7/16.
Climbing routes, cliffs and gullies within 1100 feet of the nest are closed. Please refer to 2010 “Rock Climbing Smith Rock State Park” Guide Book by Alan Watts.
See pages 244-270. CLOSED routes are number 1-44, which includes Cajun Cliff, Victoria Tower, Little Three Fingered Jack, Puddy’s Tower, The Monument, Anglin’s Buttress and French Tent Rock.
Staender Ridge and Juniper Spire (The Product) remain OPEN at this time.
Main hiking trails in the Monument Area are still open.
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This is the original route on the south face of Koala Rock. It's a testpiece to be avoided when it's hot. Look for a single bolt at the start that was placed after the first ascent.
Middle of the south facing wall uphill from Suck My Kiss.
Gear to 1.5 inches. Two bolt anchor.
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FA ascent of Heatstroke, June 1986. Note vintage F...
FA ascent of Heatstroke, 1986.
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Jun 1, 2013
FA by Eric Freden, Charles Arnett, and Doug Arnett on a hot day in June 1986. FA was ground up and had a fixed pin to protect the start.
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