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Member Since: Oct 14, 2008
Last Visit: Apr 2, 2012
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Areas = 15
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Location: CA : Joshua Tree National Park : Hidden Valley Campground : Photo
By: Reed Fee When: Mar 1, 2010

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Comments: Thats a great photo. Must be a kangaroo mouse though.

Location: WA : Central-East Cascades, Wena... : Icicle Creek : Bridge Creek Wall
By: Reed Fee When: Feb 3, 2010

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Comments: Climbed a known route up there in the late 90s. It was listed in the old Leavenworth Rock guide as 5.7. I know we got off route and had to do a pendulum to get back on. We were climbing past a lot of bail off gear up the path of least resistance. My partner knocked off a beach ball size boulder that thundered down the valley. I hoped that it didnt kill my dog that I left on ledges before the approach became 5th class. The last two or three pitches up the huge slab corner were amazing. We clim... more >>

Location: NV : Red Rock : Mt. Wilson : Aeolian Wall : Inti Watana (5.10+)
By: Reed Fee When: Nov 6, 2009

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Comments: My friend Matt and I climbed this route on the 24th of Oct. We got to the base about 45 minutes before dawn. We were a little anxious that a party of three we talked to the day before were going to get ahead of us. Needless to say we were the first of 7 people on the route that day. We blasted up to the top of Inti Watana linking all but three pitches. Reach up grab incredibly good edge or knob. Repeat! The last pitch has one gear placement before the last bolt. Wish I would have known that! We... more >>

Location: NV : Red Rock : Icebox Canyon : Frigid Air Buttress : Frigid Air Buttress (5.9)
By: Reed Fee When: Aug 18, 2009

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Comments: From the second rappel with two 70 meter ropes I ended up off the ends of the ropes about 15 feet above the final ledge with the last rappel. I girth hitched my brand new cordelette and 4' sling around a scraggly tree of unknown quality and used this to down climb to the ledge. I felt terrible as I had to direct my partner to a rap station about 30' above the ledge and leave her to pull the two seventys and rap from the station that I should not have passed up. All went well after that except ... more >>

Location: WA : Southwest Cascades : Beacon Rock : South East Corner (5.7)
By: Reed Fee When: Aug 14, 2009

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Comments: The "bolt" on the 6th pitch is an ancient rusty 3/16 thing with a sheet metal hanger. This pitch is essentially a free solo but barely 5.3. Also the the fixed pin and bolt variation on the final pitch is the final pitch for Young Warriors as well. Many colorful characters regularly do solo laps on this route. If your thinking of doing with your 5 friends go sport climbing instead. Besides the third pitch the final ridge is my favorite.

Location: OR : Mt Hood : Pete's Pile : Lost Dog Wall : K-9 Shanghai (5.12a)
By: Reed Fee When: Jun 15, 2009

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Comments: Has anybody gotten on this gem yet? Hopefully it wont fade into mossy obscurity.

Location: Chase Gee : Bone-A-Fyed Tree Hugging Ro... : Photo
By: Reed Fee When: May 13, 2009

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Comments: That sure dosent look like Logan Canyon. Wyoming?

Location: UT : San Rafael Swell : San Rafael Swell - South : Long Dong Silver Area : The Sugar Daddy (A3) : Photo
By: Reed Fee When: Apr 28, 2009

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Comments: Why????

Location: Dow Williams : Dow Williams Climbing Photo... : Photo
By: Reed Fee When: Apr 4, 2009

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Comments: Looks like the monkey face with his head turned the other way. Cool!!
I love the West face variation to the Pioneer route on the Monkey!

Location: CA : Joshua Tree National Park : Sheep Pass Area : Saddle Rocks Area : Saddle Rocks : ... : Nuts and Bolts (5.9 R)
By: Reed Fee When: Feb 27, 2009

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Comments: Im pretty sure I did this route in Nov. of 2000 after doing walk on the wild side. That runout at the top was pretty scary. I remember having to rap from a horn with no slings which was pretty hard on my rope when we pulled it. How long have the anchors been there?

Location: elmo mecsko : 2007 New Routes in the Mt H... : Photo
By: Reed Fee When: Nov 10, 2008

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Comments: Elmo
You think you should be able to recognize your wife. Pretty sure thats me Elmo.

Location: OR : Mt Hood : Pete's Pile : Lost Dog Wall : K-9 Shanghai (5.12a)
By: Reed Fee When: Oct 15, 2008

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Comments: A really good route for the Gorge area. Petes pile is one of the few places in the gorge you can do multipitch besides Beacon Rock. The exposure of this route is great, Mt. Hood behind you and the East Fork of the Hood river below you. You can thank Rick Harrel for the inspiration to put up this line.Also for losing his dog in the process. Pitch two has some semi fixed gear for those of you who might want to aid through the crux. Take care clipping the first bolt on the third pitch.