Where We Work
The following crags are areas we have worked on route development, maintaining access, or aim to be stewards of the area.
Currently, these crags are listed on Mountain Project; as such, expect to find fewer routes than those outlined in Greg Orton’s two guidebooks for the area. In some cases, MP lists additional climbs not listed in the guidebook. We hope to offer our own guides to these areas soon.
|Name||Type of Climbing||Number of Routes||County||Notes|
|Acker Rock||Multipitch Sport||7||Douglas||Classic “Peregrine Traverse” requires *1* cam.
Raptor closure Jan 1 – July 31.
|Callahans||Sport, some trad||200+||Douglas||The Umpqua guidebook covers the majority of routes not listed on MP.|
|Emigrant Lake||Sport, handful of trad||29||Jackson||$4 entry. Lots of poison oak. Be respectful of birds (owl, raven) nesting on Ren Wall in spring.|
|Greensprings||Sport, trad||33||Jackson||Access on private property – be on your best behavior|
|Honeycombs||Sport||44||Douglas||Fully documented on MP|
|McKinley Rock||Multipitch sport, one multipitch trad||9||Douglas|
|Medicine Rock||2-pitch splitter trad||1||Douglas|
|Mill Creek Falls||Bouldering||12, approx||Jackson||Various handmade maps float around; many problems get rediscovered after being mossed over|
|Old Man Spire||Multipitch Sport, Trad||3||Douglas|
|Rabbit Ears||Multipitch and single pitch Sport, Trad||24||Jackson|
|Rattlesnake||Sport, handful of trad||112+||Jackson|