Lamburger Rock Rock Climbing
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|Shared By:||Trevor Bowman on Dec 10, 2007|
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Consider climbing elsewhere in the early summer, or on the West Prow and the Taurine Corridor.
Although it's a bit of a drive on some bumpy backroads, none of these routes are more than 5 minutes from your car. Very limited development had occurred prior to a new wave starting a few years back, so most of these routes have seen little traffic and may be a bit dirty in spots. However, the rock is generally excellent and amenable, and with a little more traffic these lines should clean up nice. Go check out this scenic and secluded venue!
Zero your odometer here.
1.7 miles: Turn left onto Forest Service Road 309. A sign for Spear-o-Wigwam points right along 293.
4.8 miles: Junction with Forest Service Road 316 (Teepee Creek) which heads left. Stay on 309 (Willow Creek) to the right.
5.5 miles: Top of large, steep hill. Low-clearance vehicles should park here and walk down.
5.9 miles: Bottom of hill. Park in the small pullouts on either side of the road just before a cattle-guard.
From the parking pullout, cross the cattle-guard and cut left into the woods. A faint path winds along the base of the hillside. Routes are listed from left to right, as they're encountered.
To reach the Taurine Corridor and the West Prow: cut left at a blazed tree, head uphill below a large boulder, cut along the base of the cliff, cross some talus and ascend a short, steep gully. The huge roof system is on the left (north) side of the upper gully.
Classic Climbing Routes at Lamburger Rock
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