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kevthegerman


Feb 13, 2009, 10:23 PM
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Multipitch routes in OK  (North_America: United_States: Oklahoma: Southwest)
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Hey everyone.. I realize there is a guidebook and will probably get it before i decide to come up there.. My climbing bro and me are trying to practice some multipitch and would like to know some easy multipitch routes in the area.. we are sort of getting ready for Yosimite or Portrero chico next year and we don't get much multipitch in so tex........


acorneau


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kevthegerman wrote:
Hey everyone.. I realize there is a guidebook and will probably get it before i decide to come up there.. My climbing bro and me are trying to practice some multipitch and would like to know some easy multipitch routes in the area.. we are sort of getting ready for Yosimite or Portrero chico next year and we don't get much multipitch in so tex........

There are a few contrived multi-pitch climbs at Erock on the backside.

The Wichita's has some easier 2-pitch stuff on the Elk Slabs. There is also Quartz Mountain, which has much harder stuff.

http://www.rockclimbing.com/...t/Wichita_Mountains/

http://www.rockclimbing.com/...aldy_Peak-Quartz_Mt/


kevthegerman


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Thanks for the info bro, we live in san antonio and hit up erock almost every weekend, the converted multipitch routes out there are hardly any practice.. They leave much to be desired pretty much class 4 until the 2nd belay than a brief class 5.. but thanks again


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