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North Fork Crag (((renaissance&revolt)))

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So I went up to the infamed north fork crag yesterday and am PSYCHED OUT OF MY FUCKING MIND.

Long story short - bushwhacked through swamp, crossed the river too far north, bushwhacked up to some random cliff, chilled in the woods, gave up, went back to river, spotted the actual crag, found the trail, went up, saw routes, screamed with ecstacy, bushwhacked back in the dark swamp.

(For those who don't know it's a huge cave/amphitheater, 25 ish bolted routes all 11 through 13, stays dry in the rain, 15 miles up the north fork county road out of north bend.)

So if anyone is psyched about this, please join me in trying to beat a new trail in between the road and the river. The crossing is chill this time of year but the swamp creek crossings are irritating. From what I've read in old threads the creeks just mush everything up pre river so it'll need a solid effort to squish one in. The road is plenty driveable, bolts are in great shape, there's a few modern permas, the routes are stunning and it's total choss. 

My cave stoked friends and I are gonna be out there doing this mo matter what, this crag is too good to be true (ain't climbed hardly anything yet but it looks better than World Wall in my _humble_ opinion). But it'd be more fun with more people. If you have more info about the crag pls post and such.

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I would think the NF Snoqualmie would be tough to cross in the rainy season?

Not to rain on your parade....

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convince the mountain bikers that they need trails that happen to scoot near the cave.  them guys (evergreen mountain bike alliance) are trail builders extraordinaire. 

 

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On 9/27/2021 at 6:02 PM, JasonG said:

I would think the NF Snoqualmie would be tough to cross in the rainy season?

Not to rain on your parade....

We have plans for that, if not a full Tyrolean then something similar. A fixed dinghy maybe. I have yet to see it in full flow though.

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