Areas in Oregon
Central Oregon 467 / 558 / 91 / 40 / 0 / 11 / 0 / 0 / 1068
Mt. Hood 84 / 127 / 4 / 57 / 10 / 0 / 5 / 13 / 277
Northeast Oregon 90 / 156 / 3 / 0 / 0 / 3 / 0 / 18 / 235
Oregon Volcanoes 13 / 0 / 0 / 0 / 2 / 0 / 1 / 14 / 22
Portland & The Gorge 105 / 124 / 44 / 63 / 0 / 1 / 0 / 0 / 296
Southwest Oregon 12 / 68 / 10 / 10 / 0 / 0 / 0 / 2 / 90
Willamette Valley 53 / 74 / 12 / 41 / 0 / 2 / 1 / 0 / 170
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WelcomeWelcome to Oregon! Not quite as sunny and granitic as its southerly neighbor, nor as glaciated and impressive as its northerly one, this state still holds its own must-visit destination: the world-famous Smith Rock.
The golden tuff is actually an exception to the otherwise overwhelming majority of basalt crags. Besides the lower gorge, the best crack climbing in the state is without a doubt Trout Creek. Metropolitan crags include Broughton Bluff and Carver, not to mention those on the Washington side. If you're looking for a big wall, Wolf Rock has what you're looking for. And any peak-bagger's journey would be incomplete without a slog up the south side of Mt. Hood.
There are numerous adventure crags scattered all over the state, from the secluded Rattlesnake in the southwest to the expansive Spring Mountain in the northeast. Get out there and check them out!
Area BreakdownAll crags have been sorted into areas by region. These are fairly intuitive and hopefully make finding crags easier.
Central Oregon - east of the mountains, centered around Redmond
Smith Rock, Trout Creek, The Badlands, Power Lines, Steins Pillar, Shepards Tower, Central Oregon Bouldering
Mt Hood - National Forest and the crags therein
Mt. Hood, French's Dome, Bulo Point, Klinger Springs, Lost Lake Boulders, Coethedral, Pete's Pile, Salmon River Slab, Enola Hill, Ramona Creek Crag, Illumination Rock, Area 51
Northeast Oregon - borders Idaho, centered on La Grande
Spring Mountain, Fiddler's Hell, High Valley, Burnt River Canyon, Anthony Lakes, Wallowa Mountains, Pine Creek
Oregon Volcanoes - the line of fire from Jefferson to Thielsen
Goat Peak, Mt. Jefferson, Mt. Thielsen, Mt. Washington, Three Fingered Jack, Three Sisters
Portland & The Gorge - metropolitan area and the Columbia
Broughton Bluff, Carver, Rocky Butte, Rat Cave, Pike Boulders, Rooster Rock
Southwest Oregon - borders California, centered on Medford
Rattlesnake, The Callahans, Greensprings, Williamson River Cliffs, Pilot Rock, Emigrant Lake, Rabbit Ears
Willamette Valley - from Salem to Cottage Grove including the National Forest
Flagstone, Wolf Rock, The Garden, Moolack, Hills Creek Spires, Skinner Butte, Harlen Rock Quarry, Canyon Creek, Mary's Peak
Classic Climbing Routes at Oregon
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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