Routes

363 sport 121 trad 5 boulder

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Crag is missing access information, so remember that climbing is not always permitted. When parking, remember to leave unobstructed way for local habitants and agricultural machinery. Do not litter or make unnecessarily loud noises when at the cliff. Making fire is allowed only with a permit! Read more

We like Smith Rock State Park

Smith Rock State Park is any climber's amusement park! The overwhelming amount of rock here leaves all is awe. The 1000 ft. cliffs, the 150 ft. long sport routes and traditional routes, The Monkey Face, and even the scattered boulders offer climbers from every background an opportunity to have a good time. The majority of the climbing lies at the bottom of a canyon that you have to hike to from your car/campsite. The canyon is split by a gorgeous river that provides a tempting cool down for your feet! The camping at Smith Rock State Park is $5 for a day pass or $30 for an annual one. Once you wake up, take a shower, make a hearty breakfast, make the 10 minute hike to the bottom of the canyon, you are no more than 20 minutes from every route that Smith has to offer. The trails are in great condition and the bolts and anchors are continually kept up. Come to Smith Rock State Park and see how many of 1,800+ routes this playground has to offer!
Beautiful. Some of my best memories of climbing. First ever lead was here.
Awesome climbing and a great place to improve too.

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