Friday, September 19, 2014

Rattlesnake Bluff

Ron, Peter and I climbed and did some route exploration at Rattlesnake last Wednesday. We started out with some liquid breakfast. (You know the old saying, "You can't drink all day if you don't start in the morning.")

We found some old "'tat" about halfway up that someone had used to rap down. We left it there but added some rap bolts.

Right now, there are about 5 routes bolted. The routes are at least 100' long, so you need a 70 meter to lower off the top chains. There's space for about 10-12 more long routes.

This is Ron after being hit on the head with a small rock.

Here's Peter, hanging out on the cliff.

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