This "U" shaped rock has a 90 foot face on the south side that tapers to ground level on the east and west sides. The rock has many cracks of all sizes from finger to chimney. Full routes exist on the south side, and the east and west sides have many opportunities for easy to moderate bouldering or short pitches. The top can be easily accessed by a trail that skirts the east side of the rock. The routes on the south face can be slingshot toproped with a 60 meter rope (50 meter will not reach the ground) or led with a standard rack (extra large pieces may be needed). The sun arrives on this rock earlier than most in the canyon, making it a good place to start out the day in the winter. The variety of crack sizes on the full routes make for a very enjoyable and interesting experience on solid granite.
"Camp Rock" is located 8.5 miles past the entry station to the canyon at the entrance to the Spillway camp ground. The rock is on the north side of the road with a hike in time of less than 30 seconds. Parking is available on the south side of the road just past the rock.
Weather station 4.2 miles from here
1 Total Climbing Routes
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Log Jam 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b CO
: South Platte
: ... : Camp Rock
Log Jam is located at the lowest point on Camp Rock. It is easy to find because it's a very clean, compelling, wide crack that becomes a chimney near the top. The hardest moves seem to be the first ones. There is a small roof that has to be cranked through before reaching the crack proper. Once in the crack, start stemming up to a nice ledge. There are good hand, finger, and fist jams in this section. From here, the pitch turns into a pleasant chimney for a few feet, before absolutely bomb...[more] Browse More Classics in CO