Camper Rentals Bend, Oregon Go Rock Climbing This Weekend!

Oregon is unique in the rock climbing world, it’s ease of access to many climbing locations and epic routes make it a mecca for climbers. When you rent a rugged tent camper in Bend, Oregon you’ll soon discover the birthplace of modern rock climbing, you’re never more than a stone’s throw away from one of thousands of established routes. Go Play!

SMITH ROCK STATE PARK

No matter when you visit Smith Rock State Park, you’ll find rock climbers. With over 1,800 rocks in the park alone, climbers enjoy nearly infinite combinations and routes to choose from. Beginners, moderate climbers, and veterans alike can find a route to tackle here.

CARVER WOODS

The Carver Woods in Portland, Oregon, is privately owned, but for a one-time $8 membership fee, you, too can enjoy one of the most readily available bouldering spots in the area. “Twilight” fans may recognize Carver Woods as one of the locations used in the movie. Climb the same boulders as your favorite characters.

TROUT CREEK AT WILLAMETTE NATIONAL FOREST

Referred to as “the best crack climbing in the state” by Mountain Project, Trout Creek is “Oregon’s premier destination for pure crack climbs.” Trout Creek rewards those who have hiking and climbing experience, as the hike itself can be difficult before even getting to the climb. Expect climbing, boulder hopping, and know how to avoid eagle nests.

MT. HOOD (BETWEEN CLACKAMAS AND HOOD RIVER COUNTIES)

Mt. Hood, with its gorgeous reflection in Mirror Lake below it, is one of the most famous spots in Oregon. It is a potentially active volcano about 70 miles outside of Portland, and is Oregon’s tallest peak. Plan a trip for the alpine climbing, and, if the feeling takes you, the world-class skiing.

RATTLESNAKE

Rattlesnake, near Medford, Oregon, is a secluded sport crag that “provides the highest volume of single pitch climbs in Southwest Oregon,” according to Mountain Project. Considered to be a fantastic training ground, Rattlesnake offers over 100 climbs with varying degrees of difficulty. Climbing is possible year-round, but recommended in the fall or spring.