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Kids day @ Vantage / swap meet

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I've always been leery of bringing my kids to Vantage because of the rockfall hazard. I guess the Feathers would be reasonable. The Sunshine Wall though with its rockfall hazard and the congested nature of the path seems like it would not be the best place to bring a whole gang of kids.

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I've always been leery of bringing my kids to Vantage because of the rockfall hazard. I guess the Feathers would be reasonable. The Sunshine Wall though with its rockfall hazard and the congested nature of the path seems like it would not be the best place to bring a whole gang of kids.
There are routes on walls below Sunshine that have less rockfall danger and yet are good for kids to climb. Hen House, Fat Man Wall, and Riverview Crags are examples.

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I would think that walls below the Sunshine wall would have even more rockfall danger as they are below the very crowded Sunshine wall.

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I have taken my kids to the feathers for years and they enjoy the heck out of it. now that they can read, I will be "altering" some of the poetry in the outhouse, but the kids love the experience of being there.

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