Oregon City, Oregon
CLASSES: MAY – OCT
TCP’s main climbing facility is located just south of Portland on 150 acres of forested farmland. Mature oak trees with wide crowns and suitable branches serve as the outdoor classroom, making learning easy for the novice. The site also contains a variety of elegant Big Leaf Maple trees, giant Douglas Fir trees, and revered Western Red Cedar trees, which play important roles as our teachers.
Our primary training tree is named Pagoda, a 75’ tall Oregon White Oak with a 3’ DBH (diameter at breast height). Pagoda has plenty of stout lateral branches for easy crown movement. Due to this architecture, students find her gentleness very contagious.
Food and lodging are not included in any of our courses, though this location does allow camping on-site (via HipCamp). Many sutdents prefer this as it enhances camarderie.
HIPCAMP LINK | for details
Facilities not provided. Strict pack-it-in, pack-it-out applies.
*Note – First day of class is the first day you can reserve camping site. We can not accept campers the night before your course starts.