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Iceclimbing In the Wallowas

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I found roadside ice today, But it was mixed and verglassed. I had fun climbing but it was not worth driving out for.

I am going on an extended exploration hike tomarrow and will post info about what I find.

Later - steve

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I could not find any ice in slick rock canyon. It must have dried up early season. frown.gif" border="0

There is good solid and steep steps in a gully across from falls creek. The largest is about 35 feet high & 40 ft wide

Falls creek falls (50 ft) is forming nicely but still has a bit to much liquid water flowing.

I climbed BC creek falls this morning. I had fun but it really needs another month. Slush ville.

Boy scout falls has a long way to go.

Ruby Peak has a 400 ft mixed climb that is slowly forming. It may be thick enough to climb on January first...which is what I am planning. grin.gif" border="0

If anyone wants more info you can always call me.541.426.0158

I took some pictures and will post them when I get a chance.


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