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Awesome placement and exposure. Only a little loose rock found on the technical parts, which was cleaned. Rock is generally solid in the terrain that is 5th class. There is some loose, sandy 3rd class.
(In Mazama Guide book) find the Pullout across the valley from the formation follow climbers trail, which starts at south then of pull off.
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Spontaneous Distraction 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a WA : Northwest Region : ... : Le Petit Cheval
Pitch One- Locate the first bolt which blends in very well. From here climb just above the left trending overlap (see Beta Photo) then up over 3 bolts on some exciting face climbing 5.10aPitch Two- Head up past two bolts and catch a crack(5.10a). Traverse right at the third bolt and take easier cracks to the anchor.Pitch Three- A sport pitch with a tough start(5.10a) easing into more moderate face climbing(5.7-8) after the first twenty feet. Climb until you reach the tree anchor. Pitch Four. ...[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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