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Jurassic Park

Oregon > Southwest Oregon

Description

Series of spires surrounded by poison oak distributed along the north side of Evarts Creek and Wolf Creek Road. Rock is composed of the Tuff of Bond Creek (named after more exposed rock in Bond Creek drainage ) and is of mixed quality, with petina-stained surfaces being much higher quality than the dull-brown to white rock. Several multipitch adventure routes lead from the base of the rocks to the summits, with remnant 1/4 bolts of latter-years scattered across the terrain. Expect short approaches on poison oak lined game trails, with most lower rocks near the road having bolted routes somewhere hidden on them. For complete list of climbs grab Greg Orton's guide book; Oregon Rock Climbing, Edition 2 Umpqua.  

Lost World:  Jurassic Park II is an unexplored set of spires on BLM land, see https://www.mountainproject.com/area/118318353/lost-world-spires

Getting There

Head to Glide, south onto Little River and then past Peel. Hang a right across the old covered bridge onto Cavitt Creek and follow for 1.6 miles. Turn left onto Wolf Creek Road and drive for 2.7 miles and park on right side of road on corner at 43.208018, -122.998511 the rock will be directly on your left and hard to miss. The approach trail scrambles directly up the side of the road from the corner, look for the handrail and rebar to guide you up.

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Jurassic Park as seen from across the valley at Lost World.  Brontosaurus on the right.
[Hide Photo] Jurassic Park as seen from across the valley at Lost World. Brontosaurus on the right.
The Brontosaurus
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View of the base of the approach trail from the road. Scramble up the hillside and traverse across to the left using the handrails. T-Rex Rock and others will be to the right (east), Stegosaurus Rock will be uphill.
[Hide Photo] View of the base of the approach trail from the road. Scramble up the hillside and traverse across to the left using the handrails. T-Rex Rock and others will be to the right (east), Stegosaurus Ro…
Jurassic Park and Lost World
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