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Rock Climbing Tours



The Mt. Hood National Forest offers us some amazing locations for outdoor Rock Climbing! Our Forest Service Permit allows us to take you to either the epic French's Dome or the beautiful Salmon River Slab. Both rocks offer climbers a variety of climbs from Beginner to Advanced. 

Intro to Rock Climbing 

Intro to Rock Climbing tours starts out on our portable rock wall. The 32′ high rock has 422 square feet of climbing face and twelve routes that change regularly, this adventure is perfect for everyone from beginners to experts.

Rock Climbing Tour

We are very lucky to have a world class climbing area right in our backyard! French’s Dome in the Mt. Hood National Forest offers a variety of routes of varying difficulty levels. There is something for everyone on this great rock. Sign up now for one of our fun guiding rock climbing tours on real rock!

Talk to us about starting a rock climbing tour at our portable wall before heading out to the real thing. This is a great progression idea for anyone new to the sport of rock climbing.

Group Rates
Exclusive use of the Mt. Hood Skibowl Rock Wall.
Perfect for companies, birthday parties and more!

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