Angel Creek Rocks Rock Climbing
Angel Rocks from the Chena Hot Springs Road, April...
Angel Creeks Rocks are situated at a great elevation overlooking the north fork of the Chena River along the Chena Hot springs road. The routes are found on granite that can be solid in places and exfoliating and grainy in others. Regardless, the aesthetic quality of the rock and the semi remote setting make Angel Creek a worthwhile destination.
From Fairbanks travel north to Chena Hot Springs road. At about mile marker 49 there is a sign for Angel Creek trailhead, turn right and park in the picnic area (fee $5). The trail follows along the north fork on the Chena river and divides into a loop trail that creates a circuit around the rock formations. The trail is well maintained and the approach can take 30-45 minutes depending on the rock formation.
Climbing Season For the Fairbanks and Vicinity area.
Weather station 8.0 miles from here
15 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',5],['1 Star',9],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Angel Creek Rocks
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Angel Creek Rocks:
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Rappel Route 5.8+ 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c Alaska
: Fairbanks and Vicinity
: ... : Main Rock
Rappel Route is one of the better climbs at Main Rock, and doubles as the usual descent from the top of the rock. Face climb to a small stance below a bulge. Above the bulge is a blank face with a flake on the left side. I tried to climb through the bulge on some marginal, sloping holds, but ended up traversing to the right a little. Continue up the face above (thin, 5.9) or the flake to the left (5.8). Once above the face, the climbing eases significantly to the top....[more] Browse More Classics in Alaska
Main Rock and Pump Master Rock
The North fork of the Chena River as viewed from t...
BETA PHOTO: North Buttress Crack 5.9; found on the North aspec...
BETA PHOTO: East aspect of Main Rock; home to many routes that...
BETA PHOTO: Main Rock formation; this tower holds the majority...
BETA PHOTO: First Rock formation as seen from upper trail; for...
From: Nampa, ID
Jun 24, 2007
The Fairbanks Area Climbing Guide produced by Alaska Alpine Club, combined with previous editions of Fairbanks area climbing guides by Stan Justice, are the best sources for up to date and comprehensive climbing in Fairbanks environs. The guide books can be purchased at Beaver Sports in Fairbanks, AK.