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Come prepared to Jam! This area sports a couple bolted routes and many excellent cracks.
This is a shady north facing cliff on the south side of the Boise River.
From Warm Springs turn right onto highway 21 and cross overt the river. Go a short ways up the hill and turn left into the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. From the center hike along the dirt fire-road closest to the top of the cliff. Follow this for about 3/4 mile until it takes a sharp left. At this point leave the road and follow the single track trail to the base of the Green Acres wall.
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A huge rockfall happened this morning, basically d...
The whole crag pretty much collapsed and slid down...
|By BJ Sbarra|
From: Carbondale, CO
Aug 24, 2011
Checked this out on a hot day in July, very worthwhile climbing, including some of the most fun routes I've done at the Cliffs.
Apr 26, 2014
This morning Eric and I watched the majority of the Green Acres wall collapse, sending a huge rockslide of boulders flying down the hill. It was pretty awesome to see but unfortunately, Fairway to Heaven, Piss and Vinegar, GW Loves Peanut Butter, and Pidgeon Holer are all completely destroyed. Which sucks because those were some good climbs! Kinda terrifying to think that I took a big whipper on a climb that collapsed a few months later...
May 1, 2014
Freakin' gnarly Trevor. Glad to hear that no one was nearby when those columns went down. I guess on a geologic time frame, even rock climbs are ephemeral. Awesome and terrifying for sure.
From: Boise, ID
May 1, 2014
Holy moly! That is freaky!!! I'm glad nobody was climbing there when it went down!!!
|By Benjamin Chapman|
From: Small Town, USA
May 5, 2014
Yep, the geologic processes that helped create the cliff band also eventually brought it tumbling down.