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corvallisclimb

Tieton rock climbng question?

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Can any one tell me what the formation in the picture below is? Is that the Goose Egg or whatever? Never been up there but looks like a killer destination for some fly-in climbing...

 

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Yes. That is Goose Egg. I should know, we climbed it on Tues and camped behind it for 5 days.

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How bout fly in ice climbing in the winter???? Strobach is right there too:)

 

 

Once I have a Super Cub or Maule on skis, I will report back!!!

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Yes. That is Goose Egg. I should know, we climbed it on Tues and camped behind it for 5 days.

 

So did you camp at the CG on the side of the airstrip in the picture? I saw your pictures on FB which was kinda what got me thinking then I put it all together. So what would the access be like walking from the airstrip in the photo? Obviously looks like Goose Egg would be a piece of cake to walk to but is Kloochman or any of that cragging close by? Looks cool enough I just ordered the guide book so I assume that can answer any question.

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We camped on the other side of Goose Egg from where the picture was taken. Right next to the river. Some of the best camping I have ever experienced. I only got one tick stuck me.......lol.

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