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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by IpponDuro, Nov 22, 2011.
Looks like the Sky valley. Town is too small to be Monroe or Sultan. Hills are too flat to be Index, Skykomish, or Baring.
That only leaves Gold Bar!
You got it! You're up.
Wow. I thought for sure that was not the right valley because I cannot see the swath cut thru for the power lines that run thru that area.
The pic was taken from somewhere up at the end of this track around E:
you can see the powerlines on the map but not really in the picture, I don't think I was high up enough.
and here's my bike at the end of the trail:
Sorry, no pictures of a cool place with my bike. I am riding to this location this weekend, so I thought I might as well post a pic from a few years ago. Should be an easy one.
Name this feature; and how many people are in the picture (to make it interesting)
WAG: Smith Rock.
Edit: In rereading, I see you want the particular feature. I found it, but I had to Google to do it, so I'll keep quiet.
Edit again: I see three peeps.
That'd be Monkey Face at Smith Rock, 3 people?
Yes, yes, and almost.
There's a 4th right where the stone turns from red to brown. He's kind of bent over and pretty hard to see.
I'll take that as a win!
Name the town where this hot rod can be located - it might be gone by now but was sitting right here when I went through!
Not Lind WA. Try again!
Outstanding photo! Have climbed at SRs but never on MF...great job!
Thanks, but I can't take credit for the photo; a friend of mine took it from somewhere nearby (atop Mesa Verde I believe). I'm just the guy rappelling off the nose. It really is a great vantage point of the Monkey.
Side note; the ride there sucked this weekend. 3 hours of 30mph side wind in driving rain (after 3 hours of cold cloudiness). It was a good test of the new jacket's waterproofness (it's bombproof!). At least the climbing was fantastic afterwards
Doh! I missed Backcountry's post.
Not Ritzville, WA - try again!
Now that is funny...a good friend of mine and a superb climber commented when I sent him that photo, that the rappel off the nose you are making was the most dizzying rappel [Scott is a big wall climber...] he has ever made due to lighting..
The only time I climbed there [1988?] lightening/rain/wind sweep in and blew us off the rock. Scott was yelling to leave the pro and get off the rock...but being a FNG I cleaned it on my way up...
Thanks for jogging those memories...now back to naming the "truck"...