(o) Schoolhouse Rock Rock Climbing
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BETA PHOTO: Schoolhouse Rock, Riverside Quarry A. Schoolhouse...
Head to the far right side of the Quarry's West Face, past (n) The Alcove
, where a section of short, broken-looking rock can be seen at ground level.
Weather station 4.6 miles from here
15 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',12],['1 Star',3],['Bomb',0]
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BETA PHOTO: Riverside Quarry overview showing the various sect...
Chris A is about to approach the crux.
Scale of the far right portion of this face (climb...
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Schoolhouse Rock, Riverside Quarry
BETA PHOTO: Schoolhouse right
Schoolhouse Rock, Riverside Quarry.
Sep 30, 2010
This place is awesome and super easy. Its great for taking newbies on top ropes. This place is great for top roping and for beginner leaders (sport). Lots of rock fall so bring helmets. Helmets are a great idea for this area.
By Ryan D.
Dec 26, 2013
Pretty much a big giant, low-angled slab. Many easy and safe routes, which are good for leading and climbing newbies. Chossy at times.
By John Ericson
Apr 27, 2014
Be sure to stay on route in this area. I have seen rocks that are a couple cubic feet come down in School House Rocks a few times. Be aware that it may be the result of some inexperienced new climber above you. The rest of the high traffic areas in the quarry are cleaned up pretty well.
By Andrew Ingals
Mar 12, 2017
Definitely a nice area to warm up on in the Quarry. Note - the routes here are not a stellar representation of many of the routes on the main wall. These routes offer a more varied level of climbing with mostly slabby sections. Definitely a nice area to get your feet wet before moving on to the big wall. Note, there are several holds throughout these routes that were adapted after the fact (cemented or otherwise fixed into place) and are VERY crumbly - DO NOT RELY on them.