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Plaidman

Coethedral Anyone?

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Well I guess I will have the place to myself this weekend and next. No takers for pure adventure climbing.

 

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Hey Plaidman,

 

I flew over the Coethedral area today, the snow level was lookin pretty low so I'd bet you'll be able to drive all the way there. But don't hold me to it since I didn't know the exact roads to look at n stuff. Have fun! I can post a video of flying around there but not sure it will be too much help.

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No takers for pure adventure climbing.

how can it be pure adventure if its got topos? :P

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The Steeple aint got no topo. Although I have a rough idea were the route that Bill and Adam took. The STEEPLE!!! I am sooooo stoked. AAAAAARRRRRRRR!!!

 

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Here is my damn topo! Looks like adventure to me. The first belay is slinging a 4 foot diameter knob and then sling knobs to the top. It takes about 30 slings. Rap anchor on top. Maybe that will take this climb out of the adventure category.The_Steeple.jpg

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Yup. Too much snow. We will have to wait for a couple of more weeks. Thx Geoff for posting our non progress. We bailed and climbed near Zig Zag camped and then went to Pete's Pile on Sunday. I led a 5.7 in the rain. Top roped an even wetter 5.8+. Then we hit the road for home. All in all a good outdoor adventure.

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Not too much snow now. The rock is dry on Coethedral. Knobs have been tested on "Better Than Sex", "Rad,Plaid,and Glad", and "Coecoenut Bridge". Good times.

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