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Jens

Rattlesnake Lake Boulders

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Does anyone know the schedule for when the lake is drained to the point where the boulders are accesible? Even though I have been climbing out there off and on over the years it seems like it is kind of hit or miss with the water level. You drive the four miles to see.

I was out there yesterday and had a blast

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I'll try and see if I can track down any information, or at least start to monitor the thing and see if there's a pattern or something. I live just at the base of the hill there so it's no biggie to drive up and check it out...

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I have only seen the one large and long boulder along the shore. Are there other ones as well? I also don't recall any 4 mile road, but it's been a while.

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There are some boulders along the route of the new trail, but they are covered with moss and would take a lot of cleaning before you could even tell if they were good or not.

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The Rattlesnake lake boulder is currently underwater. There are boulders all along the hillside.

 

There is a good boulder near the base of the Mt Si pillar in the drainage immediately to the north. About 20 feet high and room for good problems. Needs scrubbed and the base needs alot of work or alot of crashpads.

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This is a slightly out of date post, the boulders in question have been removed and replaced with a man made cinderblock and tire reef material to hopefully encourage spawning and protection of native species.

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