Horseshoe Canyon Rock Climbing
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For closure info --- > Auburn State Recreation Posted Closureparks.ca.gov/?page_id=502
The closure area includes technical climbing routes known as Wreckage Wall, Twin Towers and other unnamed routes in the upper canyon. Technical climbing remains open in the lower end of the valley including Memorial Wall, Surf Tower, The Patio, Scale Wall and Horseshoe Canyon.
During this closure drone use is prohibited within 1/2 mile of the Cave Valley area.
The right side of Horseshoe Canyon itself is over 200 feet in height, though most of the current routes don't go any further than 75.
All existing routes in Horseshoe Canyon are bolted, though one climb should definitely be backed up with protection, as the bolts are not good.
Classic Climbing Routes at Horseshoe Canyon
Mostly Shady All Day
Days w Precip