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DescriptionOnce a hidden "secret" crag only known to a few, Stack Rock offers a multitude of high-quality routes in a very secluded and remote setting. Rivaling nearby Sam's Throne for quality and quantity, Stack Rock offers excellent routes for just about everyone.
While weighted mostly towards gear-based climbs, several mixed and sport routes makes a set of quickdraws a welcome addition to the trad rack.
Stack Rock has walls facing all directions, making it easy to find sun or shade as needed for year-round climbing.
For guidebooks see Cole Fennel's "Rock Climbing Arkansas" or the slightly older "Arkansas Rock" by Clay Frisbie.
PS: I've only been here once and in no way consider myself "knowledgable" about Stack Rock. Please let me know if you have additional information or corrections so I can add them to the general info.
Getting ThereGetting to Stack Rock can be very difficult, with miles of back roads and plenty of chances to get lost. Getting there from Mt. Judea or Lurton requires multiple tuns on unmarked back roads, while coming from Snowball is a little more straight forward. See the directions in one of the guidebooks for details.
Michael A Parker says, "Use this link: goo.gl/maps/8S2Ax9ap1MN2 to get to the final turn down to the parking/camping area. The parking is about .1 miles up that road."
Classic Climbing Routes at Stack Rock
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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