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DescriptionGreat limestone sport climbing right on a river with 30+ climbs currently and room for hundreds more, not to mention some fantastic bouldering as well. Solid 12mm or 1/2in bolts on all sport routes. Climbs range from 5.easy to 5.12+. Taller than most Texas limestone areas. Crag receives morning sun and afternoon shade. Nice and secluded when no summer campers are around. Chances are you'll be the only sport-climbers around other than the staff.
***ATTENTION!*** This is news straight from the Camp Coordinator and is very important regarding access throughout the season.
- From August - late May / early June we open up our property for one weekend a month, allowing folks to come out & climb, bike, run, etc. Dates & specific details pertaining to this can be found at campeagle.org/fall-spring/even...
- During these weekends, anyone attending must pay a $10 land access fee, sign a waiver at the main office, and supply his/her own gear. Tent camping, cabins, dorms, and hotel-style rooms are available for an additional charge and can be booked up to 1 week before the weekend.
- Unfortunately, these weekends are the only times we can allow individuals to come out & climb (due in large part to being a camp & the safety measures that come along with that).
If you have further questions and/or would like me to expound upon anything, I'd be glad to do so. I can be reached at this email or at email@example.com.
Check firstname.lastname@example.org for access details.
Getting ThereVisit the Camp Eagle website for maps and driving directions. Within 2-3 hours of San Antonio and Austin.
Classic Climbing Routes at Camp Eagle
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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