washa machina if you pleasea
The hole is a notourious rear endo machine and can sometimes hold it's prey for a long time. I was filmed getting worked for 45 seconds in it once. Also, I snapped a closeup photo of Paul Zerkelbach during one of our many Bailey adventures together, which Paul, after being rear endoed, rolled up with his helmet visor busted in half and Paul with that off axis daze on his face. None the less, escape is probably always non-life threatening here unless new wood is present. Still, anyone running it often should always count on the potential plan B outcome. Yeehaa! Usually the visual scout will make up ones mind if their feeling prepared for the possible trashing. Bailey usually doesn't offer a no portage descent every time out. When you have them, though, they are worthy and enjoyable to bask in. Bailey is a classic.