Rock Climbing in Oregon! July 19-21.

We are excited to offer rock climbing at Smith Rock in Oregon this July! Join us for a long weekend of climbing from July 19th-21st. We keep a low guide to client ratio of 1 guide for every 2 climbers to maximize safety and minimize risk. If you have ever wondered what it would be like to climb out West, this is a great trip for beginners and experienced climbers alike. No experience required. Let our guides show you an unforgettable 3 days of climbing! $400/person with gear included. Not included: airfare, transportation (can be arranged however), food, lodging.
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Smith Rock is Oregon’s premier rock climbing destination, and one of the best sport climbing areas in the United States. This world-renowned sport climbing mecca has more than once been at the focal point of the climbing world. Extensive development took place in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s by locals and international climbers alike, who put up scores of classic climbs on the tuff and basalt cliffs; development continues to this day with new moderates and cutting-edge routes going up each year. Ranging from classic beginner routes to hardcore testpieces on a wide variety of rock, there is truly something here for everyone. Although best known for its sport climbing traditional climbers can find plenty to be excited about here as well.

Located in the high desert in central Oregon, Smith Rock State Park’s cliffs and hillsides take a commanding presence over the surrounding terrain. The main cliffs are made of volcanic welded tuff, and surrounding bands of columnar basalt lie above the winding Crooked River.

Smith Rock is a perfect weekend getaway for residents of the Portland area as well as a worthy destination for anybody exploring the West’s climbing. The prominent walls overlooking the Crooked River are home to many of Smith Rock’s most famous routes, but for those seeking some solitude and adventure there is plenty to be found on the back side or among the basalt columns in the Upper and Lower gorge. Monkey Face, perhaps the park’s most recognizable feature, sits proudly on the back side of Smith Rock with spectacular views of the Cascade Mountains and the arid landscape below.

Call today as space is extremely limited!! 978 413 4391.