Climb the uphill arete passing six bolts to a crux at the last bolt making a very tricky mantle onto the summit. End at two anchor bolts. There is an anchor on top for top-roping the dowhill side wich is proabably about 5.11-. ...[more]Browse More Classics in OR
I was warned by others about your intentions, and how you've been a huge ass hole to many people in the area. I was told by P. Franzen you had been banned from MP.com, so I'm surprised to see you back. Anyways I think it should be obvious why I have no desire to help you.
By 1694kyle From: Seattle, Washington May 21, 2011
I'm interested in finding this area too. Can anyone PM me and share some directions?
Hey WIlly, you think you can share some knowledge? I live up in Independence and would love to find a sweet place to climb nearby. If there's more to be done in terms of developing the place, I'm all in.
It appears as if someone has taken a few new hangers off some routes and replaced them with some old homemade jobs, can anyone confirm or deny this? Also looks like someone is cleaning and working the steep finger crack on the left side, looks pretty stout!
I live in alsea, i would also love to get the beta on this area, if it exists. I have found a few good boulder problems in the area, not quite worth sharing as they are out there. Perhaps there could be a trade of info?
This crag is on private timber land, a gate was open to it for a fairly long period of time for an ongoing harvest, which has since finished. The gate is almost always closed, which means a several mile uphill mt bike ride for access.
Hey I am wondering if anyone could give me a hint to where this place is at. Not looking to take away from anyones FA, just looking for a close place to climb on actual rock from Corvallis. Like Maybe we can post the road that will lead to the wall, so the adventures soul could try to go find the wall
Can someone email me directions to the Alsea Wall? I wrecked my car on Mt Bachelor this past winter so I am limited to bike touring, the Alsea wall is close to Corvallis so I'd love to ride there for some climbing.
I believe Alsea Wall to be a fabrication. As many of you know, our FA willirocks has not contributed to this forum since 2010. He will not respond to requests for directions to the location. The climbs looks great, but not if they exist as pictures only.
This spring, I spent a full day driving all the roads around Alsea trying to find the wall. I have talked to locals who grew up in Alsea. I have spent hours on Google Earth and USGS topo maps. All in vain.
I suspect the rocks are real, but I question that they are in the Alsea, Oregon valley. If our FA willirocks hasn't responded to requests or posted any information on the wall in 4 years, I think it safe to say that this elusive wall is busted... If an FA takes more than four years to complete, you have to question the priorities.