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Oregon Jack (cancer tree sector)

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Submitted By: K-Mack on Apr 3, 2013
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This is an awesome little boulderfield near Cache Creek with quite a few quality problems. Please respect the pictographs and do not touch them. There is a large limestone wall in development as well. Lots of descriptions are vague. When I complete a problem I will update a more detailed description of it. PLEASE send me any route descriptions you have and I will gladly update them.

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By Ian Lingley
Apr 4, 2013

Oregon Jack is a fantastic climbing area that is almost completely undeveloped. There are a number of boulder problems but the endless limestone is going to be the main attraction when it is developed. In 2010 Craig Lingley, Nick Price and myself developed about a dozen sport climbs on the left side of the main cliff. I will be returning this summer and will be posting all the climbs here when I return.