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Caprock Canyons State Park

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Caprock Canyons State Park Rock Climbing 

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boulderful gullies!


An interesting twist in landscape compared to the rest of the flat flat geography of the Panhandle of Texas, Caprock Canyons state park is a place where bison roam free (they even sometimes roam in the visitor center parking lot), interesting rock/red dirt features tower over the landscape, and solid boulders are abundant in the large steep gullies between the cliffs.

Getting There 

From Amarillo, Take I27 into Tulia, get on highway 86 and follow it through Silverton and into Quitaque, meander your way 3 miles north into the state park-

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Weather station 4.6 miles from here

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A wonderful pocket-ed problem- SDS on a low jug (left hand) and an odd pocket (right)- throw for a high pocket- then, either use a mono to gain the boulder's lip, or make a big move to a hidden jug (right hand)- awkward topout on a large sloper hold- ...[more]   Browse More Classics in Texas

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