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Nov 05,2007
Man dies in fall from Smith Rock
by Cheryl McDermott

A 55-year old White Salmon, Washington man described by deputies as an experienced rock climber who was outfitted with appropriate gear died Sunday morning when he list his footing and fell 100-feet to his death from a steep trail at Smith Rock State Park.
 
Jim Anglin was pronounced dead at the scene, Deschutes County Sheriff’s deputy Lt. Shane Nelson said.
 
Anglin and two friends were descending into the gorge at the southeast end of the park when the accident occurred, the lieutenant reported. 

Deputies and Redmond Fire paramedics responded to the scene and confirmed Anglin’s death.  Search and rescue members with the sheriff’s office recovered the climber’s body from the bottom of the gorge.

“Anglin was not wearing a helmet at the time of the fall,” Nelson said, adding that an investigation is continuing.
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Did you enjoy this article? Rating: 5.00Rating: 5.00Rating: 5.00Rating: 5.00Rating: 5.00 (total 20 votes)

  • Jim was hiking not climbing when he fell. He was a very experienced climber and he did wear a helmet when he climbed.
  • (Posted on November 18, 2007, 8:50 am Melanie Anglin)

  • I almost always wear mine. Ice climbs- Yes. Mountaineering of any kind- Yes. Trad leads in unfamiliar places- Yes. Toprope just about anywhere that the area is clean of stuff- No. Overhanging sport leads(hmm, that sounds like just about any sport lead at the Red)..No. Belay most sport climbs- No. Belaying at a vertical cliff- Yes.
  • (Posted on November 11, 2007, 2:20 pm miklmok_zion)

  • Not true Albert. Especially while hiking to the climbing area's
  • (Posted on November 11, 2007, 7:52 am Richard)

  • Any experienced rock climber would have been wearing his helmet.
  • (Posted on November 7, 2007, 8:06 am Albert)

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