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By mark d
Jun 23, 2008
|The primary route developers at Ozone are in the process of drafting a guidebook which will likely be available by late summer or early fall 2008. The guidebook will initially be printed as a limited edition of 300 copies with ALL profit going toward medical expenses for one of the route developers and his family.|
By mark d
Aug 20, 2008
Guidebook Release Party and Fund-Raiser for Kevin Rauch
What: A celebration and release of limited edition guidebooks for the Ozone climbing crag to help raise money for Kevin Rauch and his family.
Where: The Lucky Lab Beer Hall, 1945 NW Quimby Street, Portland.
When: 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2008.
Featuring: Limited edition Ozone guidebooks with proceeds benefiting Kevin Rauch and his family; silent auction; no-host bar and food; slideshow; much, much, more!
More information: Visit ozoneguide.blogspot.com or call 503-290-4282.
Ozone is an 800-foot-long wall of beautiful basalt in the Columbia River Gorge that's been developed into a premier climbing area. One of the most influential developers of the crag, Kevin Rauch, was diagnosed with ALS in 2007. This guidebook, assembled by other Ozone developers and friends of Kevin's, and this event are all about raising funds and pooling support for Kevin and his family. Don't miss it!
Aug 21, 2008
|This is really going to be a great event. The guidebook will be sweet, there's lots of cool stuff being donated for the silent auction — climbing gear, yoga lessons, acupuncture, etc... — and it's all for a great cause. Please spread the word and stop on by the Lucky Lab in NW Portland on Oct 1! And for updates and more, check out ozoneguide.blogspot.com.|
By Don J
Sep 2, 2008
I just discovered Ozone this weekend. Great place!! I'm guessing that as more people 'discover' it the access trail is going to go in the crapper. I would like to find a contact that I could work with to get the trail in order so after the winter rain hammers it, it will be in shape and perhaps keep the USFS happy.
By matt bruton
From: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Sep 6, 2008
|Good to hear more people getting excited about Ozone walls. I climbed there a lot this spring and last summer. The guide book benefit sounds sweet, I can't make it(move to CO. in June) but i'll spread the word to friends in the northwest. -Pack out the Lab and climb on!|
Apr 25, 2014
|Just a heads up, my car got broken into at the Ozone trail head last week end. Apparently another car also had its window smashed. They didn't take anything (nothing in there to take), but still sucks. Make sure you don't leave anything visible inside.|
By Michaell S
May 26, 2014
My car also got broken into at the Ozone parking lot as well as the car next to mine. They didn't take anything either, but still lame.I agree with the last comment, "Make sure you don't leave ANYTHING visible inside."