Smith Rock

Trip

Crag Rock Climb - Smith Rock State Park

Do you volunteer for Basic Climbing? Do you lead Basic Rock trips? THIS IS FOR YOU. An Alpine Ambassadors hosted weekend intended primarily to benefit those providing Basic Rock experiences for Mountaineers participants. Interested volunteers and participants - see Leader's Notes below to apply.

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  • Moderate
  • Moderate
  • Mileage: 7.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 1,100 ft

A group campsite has been arranged at the Haystack Resevoir Campground, ~15 minutes away from Smith Rock State Park.  Participants are strongly encouraged to arrive the evening of Thursday Oct 20.  Climbing to take place at Smith Rock State Park, and possibly Trout Creek (also proximate),  on Friday Oct. 21, Saturday Oct 22, and Sunday Oct. 23, with start times and objectives to be determined on site.

Do you volunteer for Basic Climbing? Do you lead Basic Rock trips? THIS IS FOR YOU. An Alpine Ambassadors hosted weekend intended primarily to benefit those providing Basic Rock experiences for Mountaineers participants.  Experienced volunteers will create a space for sharing tips on climbing, efficient anchors and multi-pitch transitions, protecting routes, and descending safely.

Interested in volunteering  for this trip?  Contact trip leader at mlpavela@hotmail.com to express your interest and to be welcomed to the cause.

Interested in participating in this trip?  Complete this form to be considered: Apply Now

Applications accepted through 9/23.  Program participant capacity to be determined by volunteer availability, with participants to be updated as to their application by 9/30.

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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

May also require:

  • Rope
  • Passive protection (e.g. 1 set of nuts)
  • Active protection (e.g. 1 set of Black Diamond cams, size 0.4 to 3 or equivalent camalots)
  • Alpine draws (e.g. 6 sewn runners with 12 wiregate carabiners)
  • Assisted-braking belay device like Petzl Gri Gri or Mad Rock Lifeguard
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