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You have found the official home of the Massacre Rocks Idaho Rock Climbing Guide. South East Idaho has some of the greatest rock climbing to be found in the state. Here are some of the Idaho rock climbing areas you can get information on from SEIClimbing.com: Castle Rocks Zone 1, Castle Rocks Zone 2, Massacre Rocks, Ross Park Sunny Side, Ross Park Shady Side, Poky Bouldering, Poky South, Blackfoot Canyon, Wolverine Canyon, Heise, Paramount, Ririe Reservoir, Box Canyon, Darby Canyon, The Fins, The Midget Widget Wall, Teton Canyon

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Recent Forum Posts

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[General Discussion] Any Stone Walls improvement ideas? by kevinhansen March 04, 2014, 06:56:08 PM
[General Discussion] SEI Climbers Take action right now. Castle Rocks and Massacre Closure! by kevinhansen May 10, 2013, 10:21:36 AM
[General Discussion] Looking for partners by earl m February 14, 2013, 02:54:08 PM

Castle Rocks Climbing

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Here is a message we received from Brad Shilling, Climbing Ranger at the City of Rocks and Castle Rocks, on the opening of a new zone at Castle Rocks:

Hello SEIClimbing. Hey we’re opening the next Zone in Castle Rocks to drilling on October 25, 2008. For those interested, orientation is at nine AM on Saturday. Please call Castles at 208-824-5757 for more info.

Minimum standard for hardware is 3/8ths inch diameter X 3.5 inch long stainless steel anchor bolts, 2.5 inch pro. Commercially camoed hangers, minimum 3/8ths inch diameter threaded screw links(french links), minimum 3/8ths inch diameter chain. The chain and French links should be painted flat rock colors. I do have some bolts, hangers and chain from the donation cache (thanks Poky Pump!!!), but these will go fast.

Thanks
Brad

I know the post is a little late for this Saturday, but it is still great news to know that there will be some new routes going up at Castle Rocks!

A shoutout to Brad and all he does for climbing in Idaho. It is also great that the governing bodies of these areas are climber friendly.

Rad Trad at Massacre Rocks

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Dean Lords has a cool trip report on his blog covering his trad adventure at Massacre Rocks. Go check it out.

South Park

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A while back our very own Dean Lords filled us in on a new area in the Upper Valley. The area has been given the name South Park as a little play on the fact that it is along the South Fork of the Snake River.

Heather Lords working her route at South Park Idaho

Heather Lords working her route at South Park Idaho

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Reel Rock Tour

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The I.S.U. Outdoor Adventure Center and Reed Gym are bringing in the Third Annual Reel Rock Film Tour. It looks like it will be the night of Thursday November 13. The show starts at 7 p.m. and is free to I.S.U. students, staff, and faculty, all others pay $7.00. The $7.00 is a great deal considering it will go to support the Terry Kranning Climbing Scholarship.

The event consists of a few short films and then the main feature titled The Sharp End. Check out the overview in the video below – it is going to be sweet!

Please come out and support this event. The more people who show up will send a great message to I.S.U. that climbers love this stuff and perhaps they will bring in more climbing events like this.

It is going to be a full moon that night so come on out and get crazy.

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