April SuperWeekend at Camp Meriwether

A busy spring! The weather wasn’t quite as nice for the April SuperWeekend than for March, but it didn’t stop us from having upwards of 140 climbers over the weekend. We also had not just one, but two climbers send #4 route, which is ~5.11a. It was a busy weekend at camp, with 4 other

2022 March OA Rendezvous

We staffed the tower for the Order of the Arrow Wauna La-Mon’tay lodge’s Rendezvous. Unfortunately, the weather wasn’t as nice as for the March SuperWeekend, with constant rain all afternoon. Even with the Oregon sunshine, we had more than 30 climbers come out for both climbing and rappelling. We opened the inside rappel and many

2022 March SuperWeekend at Camp Meriwether

After a two-year hiatus, SuperWeekend has re-started! We were super excited to be able to open the tower and get youth and adults up on the tower again! The tower is newly renovated with 100’s of hours of volunteer work by the committee and was in stunning form with fantastic weather. We also had a

2018 CPC Climbing Events in Review

It was a busy year for climbing in the Cascade Pacific Council. The Committee supported a number of Council and Unit events throughout the year, including the annual instructor training and beginning climbing training in April. A selection of the events that we supported this year is as follows:  February SuperWeekend​ @ Meriwether tower OA

2018 Climbing Instructor Training

The 2018 Climbing Instructor Training course was held April 13-15 and April 28-29. We had a total of 10 students. The weather for the first weekend was a little challenging, but we got creative with the agenda to take advantage of clearings in the rain for some hands-on learning.  The practical weekend at HorseThief was