Rooster Rock is a well-known 180-foot pillar of Columbia River basalt located below the cliffs of Crown Point at the western end of Rooster Rock State Park. The rock was an ancient Indian place of worship and was originally called Woutoulat. This is probably the rock mentioned by Lewis & Clark as their camping place on November 2, 1805. According to Oregon Geographic Names, the modern name is of phallic significance.
Great BCEP climb up Rooster Rock. Use your newly obtained BCEP skills, fixed line travel, climbing & double rope rappel. Fun climb & great views! Please be sure to review the Mazama COVID protocols and pack your face mask. Find Activity Financial Aid Info here: https://mazamas.org/financialaid/
Currently there is a bird closure through Sept. 30th, however in years past they have opened it mid July. So we will follow the closure but hope that it opens earlier.
|Driving Distance from Portland||25 miles|
|Driving Time from Portland||0 hours|
|General Route Info||summitpost: https://www.summitpost.org/rooster-rock-columbia-gorge/151864|
|Expected Duration||Car to car in one day|
|Relevant Maps||Google map https://goo.gl/maps/VNw2Q6omxRv|