Oregon Jack Rock Climbing
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DescriptionOregon Jack is a Provincial Park that protects a spectacular limestone canyon and falls on Oregon Jack Creek, as well as wetlands above the falls. This area is very significant for historic First Nations use.
The climbing is all limestone and primarily sport climbing with an abundance of boulders. A few route were developed here in the 90's or early 2000's but the majority of the routes were developed in the summer of 2010.
The route range from steep endurance climbs to technical face climbing to 4 bolt boulder problems.
Getting There25 km southwest of Cache Creek. Access is from TransCanada Hwy # 1, 17 km south of Cache Creek, turn onto the Hat Creek Rd. Follow this road, which bisects the park, for approximately 12 km.
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