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#950797 - 04/05/10 01:15 AM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: g orton]
corvallisclimb Offline
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couple of secrets left out there too....



Soft Space (5.8 A2) Horse Cock Rock

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#951529 - 04/08/10 11:58 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: corvallisclimb]
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some random spires no one will care to do



Vulture Ridge Spire (5.6 R) - Smith Rock


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#951585 - 04/09/10 10:22 AM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: corvallisclimb]
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Brad Englund route?? Whose pic is that?

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#951603 - 04/09/10 11:37 AM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: BillA]
corvallisclimb Offline
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Originally Posted By: BillA
Brad Englund route?? Whose pic is that?


yup definatly an Englund route. My friends GF snapped this pic of me rappin off.

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#951627 - 04/09/10 01:54 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: corvallisclimb]
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Nice! I didn't know you had climbed that one...

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#952088 - 04/12/10 03:23 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: BillA]
corvallisclimb Offline
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this ones been climbed two or three times


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#952307 - 04/13/10 03:44 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: corvallisclimb]
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Tyler, where is that one if you can share?

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#952310 - 04/13/10 03:50 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: billcoe]
corvallisclimb Offline
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I dont know the name of it. Its between the Hills Creek Spires and Shady Creek Spires. We thought we where going to do the FA of it but someone beat us to it by drilling THE MOST poorly crafted bolt ladder I have ever seen. I kinda want to call it Scorpion Spire, because after when I was on the ground trundling, under some of the rocks I found three scorpions one almost 3 inches long. The bolt ladder was one of the most botched routes I have ever seen, who ever you are chop your route and climb that thing in proper style!


here is one of the smaller ones

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#953235 - 04/19/10 05:57 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: g orton]
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Originally Posted By: g orton
Tyrolean Traverse between Old Man and Old Woman, Umpqua


Oh crap! I didn't know their was a pinnacle named Old Man. shock Plaidman and I named a pinnacle The Old Man last year. Guess that's the problem with spending more time climbing than spraying; you don't know shit about what everybody else is doing. BTW I just found this thread and it's the shit! My todo list just grew. Way to Go climbers!!! rawk

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#953379 - 04/20/10 11:45 AM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: King Beatard]
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It used to be called Bartram's Pecker, but PC raised its head and the name was changed to Old Man Rock - Wishful thinking seems to me - We named the pinnacle next to Old Man, the Old Woman as we felt in his condition, he needed a friend - Both are fun climbs..
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#953390 - 04/20/10 12:40 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: OldManRock]
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Same thing happened to "Cock Rock". As I understand it, all the pioneers floating by called it that. Then they changed the name so you didn't have to say "Cock" in public.



Pfft, they botched that, it doesn't look anything like a "Rooster". "Rooster" Rock in the gorge.

Gary, did you see the pics of Jeff styling last Saturday? http://cascadeclimbers.com/forum/ubbthre...he_F#Post953381 Don't scroll past the first 3 pics if you're in public BTW.

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#960461 - 05/26/10 06:10 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: billcoe]
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Twin Sisters

Tyler A. and Chris F. and the Prize: one of the coolest looking routes i have seen in Oregon!

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#961624 - 06/02/10 12:05 AM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: powderhound]
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UCC climbing class Memorial Day, N. Umpqua on Old Man and Old Woman.


Edited by g orton (06/02/10 12:07 AM)
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#968989 - 07/16/10 02:20 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: g orton]
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Originally Posted By: g orton

Chandler Orton, riding the chicken, Menagerie.
Photo: Jim Anglin


What a classic route, I look forward to getting back. Thanks for the memories!

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#984477 - 10/25/10 01:17 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: alpine glower]
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Anyone tag any cool summits this summer?!?!

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#984499 - 10/25/10 02:21 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: corvallisclimb]
ivan Offline
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i'm on the 1 a year installment plan apparently - just did steins - what should i do next? smile
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#984506 - 10/25/10 02:30 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: ivan]
corvallisclimb Offline
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You should take a trip down the the Umpqua go bag Old Man/Woman, Eagle Rock etc... I'm sure would would love it down there.

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#984512 - 10/25/10 02:55 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: corvallisclimb]
ivan Offline
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just gotta scare meself up some road tripers! it's a pretty big haul from pdx, right?
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#984566 - 10/25/10 07:14 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: ivan]
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Jeeze tough crowd here... Any one climb a pinnacle in Oregon the past 6 months and take a picture of it?

And no Eric, no further than going to Steins or some such. Straight forward as well. Slog down I5 then jam East along the Umpqua and find one of the MANY crags.

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#984580 - 10/25/10 08:18 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: corvallisclimb]
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Originally Posted By: corvallisclimb
Jeeze tough crowd here....

what dog-repecting non-sporto-head climber slums around in or-e-gone anyhow, dood? thought you were pretty much the scene 'rouuuuuuund here! smile

steins was well worth the trip - if'n i dragged you along could we keep you sober enoughgt to rig that sweet looking tyrolean? rawk
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#984729 - 10/26/10 04:53 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: ivan]
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Originally Posted By: corvallisclimb
Jeeze tough crowd here... Any one climb a pinnacle in Oregon the past 6 months and take a picture of it?


Double Rubber did (P2 Turkey Monster). How many pieces of pro can you count?


This duder also (somewhere on Acker Rock)


How bout u Tyler I know ur holdin out smile
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#984739 - 10/26/10 05:18 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: justinp]
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Meh okay I'll bite... my friend Brian and I did the FA of the Platypus, a crazy tower out there off HW 20 somewhere. Probably like II 5.4 A2 or something. This in my opinon has the coolest aid climbing on a route I've ever done. If any one cares for beta I'll drop it. We named it the Platypus to keep with the animal theme of the area. It's beetween Wolf and the Menagerie, with rock unlike anyhting I've seen in Oregon, its kinda like a mammal that lays eggs!


Tomahawk!!!


Specter!!!








Wheres the crack?




Your god damn right I'm going to put three into this shit!!


The route follows the obvious groove in the shadow.


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#984987 - 10/27/10 11:13 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: corvallisclimb]
corvallisclimb Offline
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what up topo bitches!


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#984997 - 10/27/10 11:51 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: ivan]
denalidave Offline
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Originally Posted By: ivan
Originally Posted By: corvallisclimb
Jeeze tough crowd here....

what dog-repecting non-sporto-head climber slums around in or-e-gone anyhow, dood? thought you were pretty much the scene 'rouuuuuuund here! smile

steins was well worth the trip - if'n i dragged you along could we keep you sober enoughgt to rig that sweet looking tyrolean? rawk
I climbed Beacon Rock, everyone tells me it's the best climbing in Oregon. Pretty sure you can even call it a pinnacle. If I dig through my files, I might even have a photo.
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#984999 - 10/27/10 11:54 PM Re: Oregon Pinnacles [Re: corvallisclimb]
denalidave Offline
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Originally Posted By: corvallisclimb
Meh okay I'll bite... my friend Brian and I did the FA of the Platypus, a crazy tower out there off HW 20 somewhere. Probably like II 5.4 A2 or something. This in my opinon has the coolset aid climbing on a route I've ever done. If any one cares for beta I'll drop it. We named it the Platypus to keep with the animal theme of the area. It's beetween Wolf and the Menagerie, with rock unlike anyhting I've seen in Oregon, its kinda like a mammal that lays eggs!


Tomahawk!!!


Specter!!!








Wheres the crack?




Your god damn right I'm going to put three into this shit!!


The route follows the obvious groove in the shadow.

Holy shite, now that's aiding! Nice!!
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