Waespe Falls

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Nwcanyoning
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Waespe Falls

Post by Nwcanyoning » November 5th, 2022, 7:21 pm

Took a trip up to Waespe Falls today. I had gone about 6 years ago and have always meant to go back and get closer. Today I did. I went up creek right to avoid most of the thorny stuff. I thought I would be able to do a quick scramble up the barrier falls but that didn’t go. I ended up wrapping way right via the bottom of the cliff and used a gully to make it to the side sub ridge. I thought I’d be able to get closer but once on the ridge I saw no actual way as there were 2 side channels that were fully exposed and very loose soil.
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Chip Down
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Re: Waespe Falls

Post by Chip Down » November 6th, 2022, 5:56 pm

Waaaay too early for the Christmas beer. :|

Nwcanyoning
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Re: Waespe Falls

Post by Nwcanyoning » November 6th, 2022, 7:03 pm

Probably true but I’m not much for the pumpkin beers. At least the west coast varieties… I used to enjoy Southern Tier’s Pumpking.

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