The Garden Boulders Rock Climbing
New route in the Garden. Maybe V3/4.
The main bouldering area. Comprised of a handful of massive boulders and many smaller ones, this contains most of the developed problems at the Garden.
The story is that the boulders prevented access to the trees here so the logging company didn't clear it out. Luckily for climbers the old trees provide plenty of shade and a great atmosphere. There is one main trail that leads down from the parking area and past the top two boulders before plunging downhill to the rest. Parts of the forest are still very overgrown and there is a thick layer of moss over everything that hasn't been climbed recently.
Park on the second gravel road (as described in the main directions). Walk East on the trail downhill to the boulders.
Weather station 2.2 miles from here
24 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',16],['2 Stars',6],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in The Garden Boulders
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for The Garden Boulders:
Mole V0-1 4+ Boulder, 10'
Trust V2-3 5+ Boulder, 12'
Featured Route For The Garden Boulders
Octernal V8 7B OR
: Willamette Valley
: ... : The Garden Boulders
One of the most popular boulders in the garden. Start low in the cave, left hand sloper and right hand on a small crimp SDS. Grunge your way up a hard v7/8 to a small heel hook rest. Then traverse left on a rail system to the left most side of the boulder, traverse around 20 ft to the left after completing the initial cave.If you start standing with both hands on the large undercling, the line goes at about V5/6.One of the 5 hard lines left at sweethome....[more] Browse More Classics in OR
BETA PHOTO: Same problem as the "featured picture" -...
whorf boulder, clearcut area visible on google ea...
Daniel cranking a typical Garden problem.
By Luke Childers
Jun 25, 2009
You have just added six new classic problems to "The Garden" in a matter of weeks.. not to mention your future plans. You sir are a visionary and a pioneer. I am proud to have climbed with you and can't wait to do so again. Those at the Garden thank you. Keep them comming man!!
By Andrew Child
Sep 7, 2016
Topo Hawk has a fairly comprehensive guide to the bouldering in the area. In general there are a lot of discrepancies over the names and grades of routes in the area and no complete guide exists.