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Mark leading Pitch 5 (there are two chain anchors approximately halfway across this traverse--presumably for a route that comes straight up the wall at that location) (October 16, 2004).

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rpcThis is a cool shot...

rpc

Voted 10/10

...shows that "headwall" feature in the ridge.

Glad to hear you enjoyed the route - the weather down there was awsome, right? We were at Crater Lake sightseeing and could not believe what a clear sunny day we had!!!

Nice photos!
Posted Oct 18, 2004 11:49 am

M and N DenyerRe: This is a cool shot...

M and N Denyer

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Hey there! Thank you! The weather was gorgeous. We were just hoping for dry weather--the sun and nice temperatures were a definite added bonus! Glad to hear that the weather cooperated for you as well. You will be happy to know that everyone we bumped into on Saturday was singing your praises--thanks for all the high quality information you provide. =) Natasha
Posted Oct 18, 2004 12:05 pm

rpcRe: This is a cool shot...

rpc

Voted 10/10

...I think the local climbers might want to kick my a** for adding this page to SP? Seems that last weekend was "unusualy crowded" for Acker acc. to climbsworegon.com



:)



Glad to hear you guys had a good time & good weather! We were looking with longing toward Rabbit Ears while doing the tourist thing around Crater Lake (yet another formation from Rock Climb SW Oregon book......love that guidebook, full of ideas...wish they had one [besides Dodge and/or Thomas = out of date] for rest of Oregon).
Posted Oct 18, 2004 8:14 pm

M and N DenyerRe: This is a cool shot...

M and N Denyer

Hasn't voted

Oh well. =)



South Rabbit Ears is definitely a climb worth doing. You two would really enjoy it. It is still one of my more favorite routes. Take care.
Posted Oct 19, 2004 5:02 pm

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