|GPS:||44.302, -122.153 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||corvegas on May 14, 2006|
|Admins:||Nate Ball, Micah Klesick|
DescriptionLargest 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".
Admin Note: Some of the best information available on Wolf Rock was through Tyler Adams (he added this page to MP). He was instrumental in adding many of the routes, and rebolting many dangerous routes with new bolts as well.
He sadly passed away in 2014 in a tragic plane accident, but his work lives on via his blog that he kept very updated. The link to the blog is below:
Getting ThereFrom 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.
See the photos below for a Google maps image with correct turn by turn directions from the HWY.
Classic Climbing Routes at Wolf Rock
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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