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Toproping at Smith

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I'll be down in Redmond Oregon 2/1 through 2/3 and if  the weather cooperates, I was hoping to set up a top rope for my daughter.  She's twelve, two small to belay me on lead, and kinda crushes. Since I'm not really confident in her ability to rope gun yet, does anybody know of any 10's, 11's or 12's that can easily be top roped?  I've been down there a bunch, looked on-line and am coming up with extremely limited options.  If it were summer, the gorge would be great, but I want to keep it fun, by not freezing to death!


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Check out the north point. The basalt routes there are juggy sport routes and are in the 11-12 range but easy to throw a rope off of from the top. 

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