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icebella

[TR] Ellensburg - Umptanum Falls 12/29/2010

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Austin was a guy that lived in the 'burg back in the day... I climbed with him a bit and he used to eat it alot! My buddy was climbing up at Umptanum about 10 years ago when he heard a big crash and splash...... Austin fell in the water.

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Great trip report! Eburgs got the goods for sure if you can find it. What is the waterfall up in the hills in a canyon to the south of E-burg that the old stage road goes into does anyone know? Takes 4 wheel drive to go down into it.

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If it's the one I think it is, it's what I've always known as Manastash Falls.... It's accessed off the manastash road to the south and west on the back road to manastash lake.

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Thanks everyone! Glad the TR helpful! With how cold it's been for so many days, I bet Umptanum Falls is in now. Don't know if Manatash Falls is in yet. Maybe someone can take that on as a project.... ;)

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There are a lot of confusing things going on here...the only stage coach road I know about goes south from eburg over to the north side of naches. The only climb I know of thats accessible from that road is the one written about here in the TR.

 

As for manastash falls, I've never heard of it, but I do know of ice in the manastash canyon, which is unpublished, but more than likely seen ascents.

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