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Jungle River  

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A river lodge with open walled bar/sitting area. Many hammocks, and places to rest and the beer is always cold. Speak with the owner or workers about guided river trips, canopy tours or jungle hiking. Cliimbing is all water bouldering. More Rock Jumping sites than routes, but well worth it.

Getting There 

River splits into two channels around small rock island. First classic jump is approximately 20 feet, depends on the water level. Pass the rock pools and stand on the left hand side edge. Jump down into the slower moving channel. Float around the bend and enjoy the beauty. On your left will be a overhead crack that is the base of the routes.

Climbing Season

For the North America area.

Weather station 6.7 miles from here

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Guifiti and then some V2 5+  North America : Honduras : ... : Jungle River
Starting foot is underwater. Slick rock ledge will be the starting crux. Two hand holds will help bump up to the overhead crack. Balancing with barefeet, need to climb crack and hit the top. Top is cruxy, as there are little feet and an overhang mantle to negociate....[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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