Indian Springs Rock Climbing
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DescriptionIndian Springs hosts a variety of different climbs. There is a lot of potential for new routes and most existing lines are easily top roped. There are several overhanging cracks that may even be in the 5.12 range.
Rock quality is generally great except for perhaps the last few feet.
Climbing Access Open - Keep a low profile. Details
Climbing in the canyon is legal, but please maintain a low profile. Please leave no trace to minimize the chances of the park closing to climbers.
Getting ThereBefore the park road turns back to the right to make its loop, there is a long pullout on the right. Park here. From the pullout, look at the cliff to your left, and notice the spot with a high concentration of big cedar trees. This is Indian Springs.
Follow the trail taking left splits toward Indian Springs. You will eventually come to a gorge. Spanning this gorge is an old water pipeline on top of a steel girder. Either hike down and back up, or "scooch" yourself across the top of the girder. Once across, head nearly straight toward Indian Springs. You should come across a buried water tanker with a lid on it.
From here look up the slop and notice where the pipe is exposed all the way up to the Springs.
Follow the pipe as closely as you can up the ridge to Indian Springs and the base of the cliff.
N34 56.515 W101 38.136
--- From Spencer William
This is an amazing and remote climbing area for those who are good at setting their own top rope anchors. We parked shortly after the Cactus Camping area on the road cut out that's found on the right. After parking you will cross the street and begin your hike on the trail found across the road to the left. Its a hard area to find but we managed with the description to the Indian Springs climbing area. On your way their are tons of cool boulders to climb and things to explore. Once you get to the big sandstone walls keep walking around tell your able to do a very short easy climb to the top of Indian springs.
Bring tons of ropes, biners, and webbing to tie anchors and set top ropes. This is a long and moderately demanding hike so bring tons of water and don't do this in the hotter months.
Classic Climbing Routes at Indian Springs
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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