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Submitted By: Peter Franzen on Dec 8, 2011
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This crag is not quite ready to be publicized. There is an upcoming printed guide in the works, and there is still work being done to ensure that access is solid enough for a large(r) number of people to visit. Development has been ongoing for a few years by a dedicated group of climbers, and they want to ensure that the area is safe and that access isn't an issue prior to opening it up.

More information will be coming in the near future.

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Weather station 16.5 miles from here

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By snowdenroad
May 30, 2012
Just a heads up that the private property climbers parked and camped on has been closed/blocked off by the owner.

Climbers need to park at the cattle guard and follow the fence around the property.

Locals are working towards getting official access...
By Steve Wolford
Oct 13, 2012
A friend and I were climbing here a year ago, and at the top of a route where the angle kicked back a rattlesnake dropped past my head to a bush to get away from me. Yikes! Scary place, watch out for snakes, ticks, loose rock, and errant deer hunters.
By Dave McRae
May 6, 2014
Also gotta mention the wasp hazard. My son got stung here. True story.
By Leesa Gallia
From: Carver, Oregon
Jul 5, 2014
If access is an issue, maybe the guy at the gym who is bogarting the
original developers' area can quit telling all his gumby
friends where it is
By snowdenroad
Jul 30, 2014
TLC is best enjoyed if you can AT LEAST top rope 10+. If not, Tim Olson's guide has at least 100 pitches of 5.10 and under, that you will drive past on your way from Portland...