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cynicalwoodsman

Paulina Falls

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Its probably a bit too warm. The inversion is strong, and its warm up high. Something might be there, but climbing at Smith would be a great choice. Its perfect right now.

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I was out at Paulina falls last year and the temps at La Pine were in the upper teens. When we got to the parking lot to ski into the falls we were in the middle of an inversion. The temp was 37 degrees and it was raining. The ice was very sparse. There is a climbing shop in Bend, I forget the name, maybe Summit or something like that, but I know there are some ice whakers there who might be in the know.

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Nineteen below?!?!

Fer real?

 

I get the inversion, but climbin' at Smith? It's cold here, man!

 

Well, I'm headed to L'worth for the weekend.

I'll see what's fillin' in there.

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