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Wolf Rock

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Largest monolith in Oregon home to some decent basalt sport as well as trad climbs. This is where the infamous Barad-Dur (III 5.9 A2 or 5.11A) Is, as well as possibly the only grade V in Oregon "Pooh Corner - V 5.9 A3"

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Located inbetween HW 126 and HW 20.

10 Total Routes

['4 Stars',4],['3 Stars',5],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]

The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Wolf Rock:
Barad Dur   5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c     Trad, 8 pitches   The Great Arch
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Alex Mittelholzer following second pitch of Space Cowboy

Space Cowboy 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a OR : Wolf Rock : South East Face
Great route. First and second pitch are bolted. Slightly run-out bolts (and sometimes hard to see) on second pitch but otherwise straightforward. Third pitch on is mixed bolt and pro....[more]   Browse More Classics in OR

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Wolf Rock pic taken from base on Route 15.  Much more beautiful in person.
Wolf Rock pic taken from base on Route 15. Much m...

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By Chris Duca
From: Havertown, PA
Nov 18, 2008
For the sake of not getting lost, here are some better directions:

From Eugene, follow 126 East for roughly 35 minutes. At the Blue River Reservoir sign (past the first two signs you see for the Blue River), take a left onto Forest Route 15. You will pass H.J. Andrew's Experimental Forest on your right. About .3 of a mile past that, Route 15 forks to the right. Follow that, and continue for 8.1 miles to another fork on Route 15. STAY RIGHT AGAIN!! From this fork, Wolf Rock is roughly 1.4 miles up on the left. You can't miss it. Park at one of the two small pullouts on the south side of the road.

The majority of the forest service road is a single lane gravel road, but it is good shape.
By burlap submariner
Sep 11, 2009
Anybody have a topo/descriptions for the free variant to babra/dur?????
By StrongArm
From: Bend, Oregon
Feb 14, 2010
Barad-Dur: I completed this route on September 25, 2003. Barad-Dur is the best hard adventure route I've done in Oregon. I under-estimated the length of the route after the described pitches, it keeps going to the summit and the walk off is not easy. It didn't help that we climbed it on a hot, muggy day and ran out of water. We linked the first 2 pitches. The route's 2 crux pitches (4th and 5th) are very well protected and go at short, bouldery 10+ and 11- respectively. Every other pitch is pretty dirty and/or mossy, what I call "Oregon style", and a little spicy for the grade with a few 1/4 inch bolts. Great climb, no other people anywhere, easy access and camping along the FS road at the base. Take a single set of gear to #3 Camalot, no RPs or super small wires are necessary.
By Ball
From: Oakridge, OR
Feb 19, 2011
I got off route on Barad-Dur and both hand holds blew at the same time (I was conservatively 20ft above my last "pro").

In other words, typical Oregon climbing.

Pack a pair of balls and be prepared to shave after the route. It'll grow hair in new places!
By Ball
From: Oakridge, OR
Feb 19, 2011
BTW if anyone has a topo for Big Bad Wolf, please let me know!!!