The 21st Annual Rock Rodeo Competition

Hosted by the American Alpine Club at the Hueco Rock Ranch
Presented by 5.10
The Hueco Rock Rodeo proudly donates proceeds to Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site, the Climbers of Hueco Tanks Coalition and local El Paso Youth Outreach Programs. These organizations strive to preserve The Park, our privilege to climb at the Historic Site and help the climbing community give back to the local community.

The 2014 Hueco Rock Rodeo Competition

Sign up now for the 21st Hueco Rock Rodeo, February 14th-16th 2014

Cash prizes plus over $10,000 in prizes, raffle prizes and give aways!

Adult Comp

$85 includes:
  • Entrance fee includes camping at the Rock Ranch, the competition and more.
  • Friday night: dinner, Fat Tire beer and slideshow by professional local climber Sam Davis (who took 2nd place in last years Rodeo), slideshow from professional UK climber Mina Leslie-Wujastyk and the movie PREMIER of Dave Graham's the Island 2 presented by Dave Graham himself!>
  • Saturday: breakfast, goodie bag (including a comp t-shirt), a day of the best climbing in Hueco Tanks (including transportation to and from the park) dinner, music, party, dyno contest, dinner, Fat Tire beer.
  • Sunday: recovery breakfast and the Sunday night Rodeo Round up dinner with Fat Tire beer.
  • Camping at the Hueco Rock Ranch is included all three nights!!!!

Your entrance fee helps us give you so much these three days including charitable contributions to Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site, the Climbers of Hueco Tanks Coalition and local El Paso youth outreach programs.
Please register by Category. After registration you will receive an email confirmation with a link to sign an electronic on-line waiver.

Youth Comp (Age 7-18)

$55 includes:
  • Entrance to all weekend festivities (accompanied by an Adult with the appropriate ticket)
  • Friday night: dinner, slideshows and movie premier.
  • Saturday: breakfast and dinner and access to the after party (accompanied by an Adult with the appropriate ticket).
  • Sunday: Breakfast before the comp, a great fun day of climbing at the Historic Hueco Tanks Park, the Youth Comp awards ceremony and the Rock Rodeo Round Up Dinner.
  • This entrance fee also includes free camping for you (not the whole family--if family members purchase tickets to the adult comp camping is included).

Parent spectators are limited on the day of the Youth Comp due to the nature of Hueco Tanks restricted access plan.  We are going to cater to the kids that day--if there are any extra spots parents can join for the regular tour price of $25 per person.  We will not know how many extra spots we will have until the day of the competition.

Party Ticket

You want to join the fun but you do not want to compete the party ticket is your best bet!
$20 per day or $50 for all three--camping is included!
$20 Friday night: dinner, Fat Tire beer and slideshow by professional local climber Sam Davis (who took 2nd place in last years Rodeo), slideshow from professional UK climber Mina Leslie-Wujastyk and the movie PREMIER of Dave Graham's the Island 2 presented by Dave Graham himself!
$20 Saturday: breakfast, dinner, music, party, dyno contest, dinner, Fat Tire beer.
$20 Sunday: recovery breakfast and the Sunday night Rodeo Round Up Dinner with Fat Tire beer.

Comp Format for the Adult comp: When you sign up online you must pick a category. Once you register at the Hueco Rock Ranch (Friday 4:00-8:00 p.m. or Saturday 6:45 -8:00a.m.) you will be informed where you are competing and you will receive a scorecard with a list of problems.
If you are on North Mountain: you will be given a scorebook and must watch the North Mountain Orientation Video between 7-8 am Saturday morning at Hueco Rock Ranch. If you have watched the video in less than a years time please bring your Orientation Card. Once you are on North Mountain we ask you to respect the Rules and Regulations of Hueco Tanks and have fun climbing. Your top 6 problems will be taken as your score and you must have 2 witnesses sign your scorecard. Also, please keep track of how many falls you had because that could affect your ranking in case of a tie.
If you are in the backcountry: you will be given a scorebook when you register and grouped with a guide on the way into the park. You must enter the park with this guide. Once established at an area you will be able to move from one designated area to another escorted by other guides referred to as "runners." Guides will be stationed in the designated areas. In this format you still must be with a guide at all times and must leave the park with a guide. This special format exists only on the day of the competition and helps competitors move from problem to problem when ready. We ask you to respect the Rules and Regulations of Hueco Tanks and have fun climbing.
Youth competition format: When you sign up online you must pick a category. Once you register at the Hueco Rock Ranch (Friday 4:30-8:00 p.m. or Saturday 6:45 -8:00a.m.) you will be informed where you are competing and you will receive a scorecard with a list of problems. The youth category will be competing in the backcountry and on North Mountain. If you are in the backcountry you will enter the park with a guide and stay with that guide day. If you are on North Mountain you must watch the North Mountain Orientation Video. Your top 6 problems will be taken as your score and you must have 2 witnesses sign your scorecard. Also, please keep track of how many falls you had because that could affect your ranking in case of a tie.
In the sign up process you must pick a category and print out a waiver to complete registration. Please bring copy of waiver to registration if not you can sign one on site.
Pick a category:
Recreational: V0-V4
Intermediate: V3-V7
Advanced: V5-V10
Open:V7-V14
Masters: 40+(Age)

Schedule for the 21st Hueco Rock Rodeo

Friday February 14th:
Free yoga class at the Barn at the Hueco Rock Ranch by prAna athlete Olivia Hsu—see sign up sheet in the barn for time.
2:30-4:30 p.m. - Hueco Rock Art Tour—Meet in the park at Headquarters at 2:15!
4:00-8:00 p.m. - Preregistration and raffle booth open, raffle money going to the Youth Outreach Program
4:30-9:30 p.m. - Art Show in the Barn at the Ranch with wine and cheese relax and check out local Art work by Martina Mali, Sam Davis and Vanessa Compton displayed and on sale in the Barn
5:00-8:00 p.m. - Blair Brown Massage
5:30 p.m. - Dinner & Fat Tire beer
6:30 p.m. – Fat Tire beer and slideshow by professional local climber Sam Davis (who took 2nd place in last years Rodeo), slideshow from professional UK climber Mina Leslie-Wujastyk and the movie PREMIER of Dave Graham's the Island 2 presented by Dave Graham himself!
Saturday, February 15th:
The competition will start and finish at the Hueco Rock Ranch
6:45 a.m. - Registration
6:30-7:30 a.m. - Breakfast
7:00-8:00 a.m. - Participants can try on shoes to demo for the day
7-8:00 a.m. - North Mountain video will ****IF YOU ARE COMPETING ON NORTH MUNTAIN (you will be told where you are competing when you register) YOU MUST WATCH THE NORTH MOUNTAIN VIDEO—IT WILL BE SHOWING IN THE RANCH HOUSE BY A PARK STAFF MEMBER********
7:50-8:45 - Line up for shuttles to the Tanks
8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. - The 21st Hueco Rock Rodeo
Free Yoga class at the Ranch for non competitors with Fanny Dufour—see sign up sheet in the barn.
5:00 p.m. - The comp ends
4:30-6:00 p.m. - Shuttles leave the Park and take participants back to the Ranch
5:00-6:30 p.m. - Turn in scorecards at the Entrance Station! You must have your score card in by 6:30!
5:00-8:00 p.m. - Raffle booth open, raffle money going to the Youth Outreach Program, Hueco Tanks and the Climbers of Hueco Tanks Coalition.
4:30-8:30 p.m. – Art Show in the Barn at the Ranch with wine and cheese relax and check out local Art work by Martina Mali, Sam Davis and Vanessa Compton displayed and on sale in the Barn
5:00-8:00 p.m. - Blair Brown Massage
5:30-8:00 p.m. – Dinner!
4:30-9:30 p.m. Vender village open with athletes signing posters
6:15- 7:15 p.m. – Past Rodeo images by Merrick Ales!
7:30 p.m. - Donation to Hueco Tanks State Historic Park and to the Climbers of Hueco Tanks Coalition
8:00-9:00p.m. - Awards ceremony
9:00 p.m. - Dyno Comp! Set and run by La Sportiva’s Daniel Woods!
7:00-10:00 p.m. - Raffle prizes given away—you have to listen closely for your number!!
10:-00p.m.-2 a.m. - DJ Some Homeless Dead Guy and bonfire
Sunday, February 16th:
Youth Comp & Clinics begin and end at the Hueco Rock Ranch
Sunday morning - Patagonia serving nutella crepes at the Patagonia booth
9:00 a.m. – La Sportiva and Asana present the Hueco Rock Rodeo’s Youth Comp & Clinics with the Asana breakfast—all competitors welcome
9:00-10:00 a.m. - Registration
9:00-10 a.m. - Competitors and Clinic participants can try on shoes to demo for the day
10:00 a.m. - Youth Comp competitors head into the park
10:30-11:00 a.m. - Clinics leave for the park
Free yoga class at the Barn at the Hueco Rock Ranch by prAna athlete Olivia Hsu—see sign up sheet in the barn for time.
6:00 p.m. – Youth Comp award ceremony
6:00 p.m. - Rodeo Round-up dinner sponsored by Fat Tire and the AAC
Anyone interested in volunteering to help with the rodeo
please email: huecorodeo@gmail.com

Weekend Festivities:

Friday Rock Art Tour! Don't forget what Hueco is really about! Join a rock art tour Friday and explore the back-country of Hueco with a certified Rock Art guide seeing and learning about those who came to Hueco way before us! Tours will be going out Friday at 2:30. Please email huecorodeo@gmail.com to secure your spot. Limit of 15 people. 9$ per person per tour to Hueco Tanks State Historic Park (only 2$ if you have an Annual Texas State Park Pass).
 
Friday Night Slide Shows! Fat Tire beer and slideshow by professional local climber Sam Davis (who took 2nd place in last years Rodeo) & slideshow from professional UK climber Mina Leslie-Wujastyk!
Friday Night Movie Premier of the Island 2 presented by Dave Graham!
Yogo Classes! Loosen up with Yoga Journal's Olivia Hsu also a prAna and Scarpa athlete. Olivia is a professional yoga instructor and climber offering climbing specific yoga throughout the Rodeo weekend. Olivia's yoga classes are free when you register for the Hueco Rock Rodeo or purchase the after party package. Schedule will be posted in the barn at the Hueco Rock Ranch.
Friday Night Massage by Blair Brown — Blair Brown is a boulderer, licensed massage therapist and certified yoga instructor. Her long-standing passion for climbing led her to other mind-body pursuits such as yoga and massage. She understands fully how physically and mentally demanding climbing is and hopes to encourage climbers to take care of themselves and truly take time for rest and recovery. Blair specializes in a form of barefoot massage known as Ashiatsu where she uses overhead bars to leverage her bodyweight for a ‘deeper than deep tissue’ massage. This form of ‘deep tissue’ is unique in that deep, broad pressured flowing strokes are delivered without sharp discomfort. Known as the “deepest, most luxurious massage on the planet”, Ashiatsu is famous for hip and back pain relief and is exceedingly popular with athletes.
Saturday Night Art Show At the Hueco Rock Ranch Barn Saturday night from 4:30-8:30 featuring artwork from local artists Leah DeCappio & Sam Davis.
Also!
  • Mechanical bull 8:30-10:00 p.m.
  • Dyno Comp! With prizes for 1st male and female!
  • Raffle with great prizes! Raffle money going to the Youth Outreach Program in El Paso
  • Dj Saturday night!
  • Awards Ceremony
  • Bon Fire

Our Community

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Hueco Tanks State Historical Site
Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site is located 32 miles northeast of El Paso in El Paso County. This 860.3-acre park is named for the large natural rock basins or "huecos" that have furnished a supply of trapped rainwater to dwellers and travelers in this arid region of west Texas for millennia. A unique legacy of lively and fantastic rock paintings greets the visitor at the "tanks." From Archaic hunters and foragers of thousands of years ago to relatively recent Mescalero Apaches, Native Americans have drawn strange mythological designs and human and animal figures on the rocks of the area. The site's notable pictographs also include more than 200 face designs or "masks" left by the prehistoric Jornada Mogollon culture. Apaches, Kiowas, and earlier Indian groups camped here and left behind pictographs telling of their adventures. The site includes a historic ranch house that serves as the park's interpretive center, and historic ruins. Activities include picnicking, camping, hiking, rock climbing, birding, nature study, viewing of prehistoric and historic pictographs, star gazing, slide shows, and guided tours. The primary mission of Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site is twofold: to restore and preserve the prehistoric, historic, geologic and natural features of the area, and to provide interpretation (tours and other educational programs) to the public. The site also offers recreational opportunities including hiking, rock climbing, picnicking and camping. Guides are vital to the realization of the site's goals. They provide opportunities for visitor access that might not otherwise exist. Meanwhile, they transmit their knowledge and enthusiasm to visitors, thereby enriching each visitor's experience. In addition, they make a significant contribution to the protection of resources, by providing information and acting as a watchful presence in the Park. This helps to ensure that access will be preserved for visitors in the future.

American Alpine Club in Hueco Tanks
Hueco Rock Ranch will stay in climber-friendly hands with new ownership by the AAC. The Ranch is the primary lodging facility and guiding headquarters for climbers visiting the stunning bouldering and climbing of Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site outside of El Paso, TX.
The Hueco Rock Ranch has a long history—it was originally built as a personal residence by Todd Skinner in the mid-nineties with friends John and Carol Gogas and climbing stars such as Scott Milton and Fred Nicole. Rob Rice took ownership of the Ranch in 2000 and became the first commercial guide under the new set of climbing requirements, beckoning in a new generation of climbers to enjoy this historic climbing mecca. "The place was built by climbers—for climbers—and has been a hub for the climbing community since day one," says Rob Rice.
Last fall Rice, now living in Arkansas full-time, reached out to Access Fund for assistance in finding a climber-friendly buyer who could manage the Ranch onsite. Working with Rice and fellow landowner Scott Rohde, Access Fund reached out to the AAC whose vision of supporting the climbing way of life by providing lodging facilities and logistical support seemed a perfect fit for the Rock Ranch.
"Not only is the Hueco Rock Ranch important historically, it has played an important role in climbing access to Hueco Tanks," says Access Fund Executive Director Brady Robinson. "Through the Ranch, climbers have fostered and maintained a positive relationship with Texas State Parks. Maintaining strong climber management of the Ranch is important for all climbers, even those who choose to stay elsewhere during their visit."
Staff from the Access Fund and AAC worked closely together to make the purchase of the Rock Ranch possible. The Access Fund provided leadership and acquisition expertise, as well short-term funding from the Access Fund Land Conservation Campaign. Access Fund went under contract to purchase the Ranch in May, and at closing, assigned the properties to the AAC for long-term ownership and management.
"Lodging options within walking distance from great climbing supports the climbing lifestyle we all enjoy—and this purchase of the Hueco Rock Ranch can only expand the types of climbing that we're able to support," says AAC Executive Director Phil Powers. "We hope to create a facility that meets climbers' needs and adds opportunities for climbers to gather and share their stories."
This project has been a great partnership between the Access Fund and American Alpine Club. "Preservation of the Hueco Rock Ranch uniquely fits the missions of both organizations and we are glad to share this victory with the local, national, and international climbing community," says Joe Sambataro, Access Director at the Access Fund.
The AAC is undertaking improvements to the Ranch this summer—committing over $15,000 to completely clean and renovate the structures and tent camping facilities. An AAC staff member will be onsite overseeing these improvements. Future plans include additional renovations and new structures like a shower house and community cooking pavilion in the style of the Grand Teton Climbers' Ranch (GTCR) and New River Gorge Campground (NRGC). The AAC will also hire an onsite Hueco Rock Ranch Manager. The hiring process will begin this summer with the Job Description posted on the AAC's Jobs page.
The Rock Ranch is also closely tied to Route Fitters (RF) guiding operation, which holds a concession to operate trips in the park. For the foreseeable future, Rob Rice and RF are prepared to continue operations out of the Ranch. The AAC plans to complete its improvements by early autumn of 2012. Campers will be able to make reservations online, and walk-in campers will always be welcome at the Rock Ranch. Both AAC and Access Fund members will receive discounted rates.
About The American Alpine Club
The American Alpine Club is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that provides knowledge and inspiration, conservation and advocacy, and logistical support for the climbing community. The AAC advocates for American climbers domestically and around the world; provides grants and volunteer opportunities to protect and conserve the places we climb; hosts local and national climbing festivals and events; publishes two of the world's most sought-after climbing annuals, The American Alpine Journal and Accidents in North American Mountaineering; cares for the world's leading climbing library and country's leading mountaineering museum; manages the Grand Teton Climbers' Ranch as part of a larger lodging network for climbers; and annually gives $80,000+ toward climbing, conservation, and research grants to adventurers who travel the world. Learn about additional programs and become a member at americanalpineclub.org. Join the AACs online community at facebook.com/americanalpineclub, americanalpineclub.org/news, or follow all the latest press on the Club's Press Room RSS feed at americanalpineclub.org/prfeed.

Hueco Rock Ranch (Lodging)
The AAC recently bought the Hueco Rock Ranch! Details here
The Ranch is now open for the 2012-2013 winter season!
We are now accepting lodging reservations. Reservations are recommended but not required. Even without a reservation, you can still pull your rig in late at night and set up camp. However, booking a spot will secure you a place to crash when you get here. Rooms in the house will fill up fast!
Book your reservations online!
You may also call us at (915) 856-7181 or email us at hueco@americanalpineclub.org for reservations.
Camping opens November 1, 2012:
  • Camping map (PDF)
  • AAC member: $7 person/night.
  • Non-member: $10 person/night.
  • RV parking. AAC member: $10.50 per night.
  • RV parking. Non-member: $15 per night.
  • Support the Ranch by joining the AAC

Bunks and rooms in the house are availiable starting November 1, 2012:
  • Private Room. 1 full sized bed. AAC member: $35 room/night.
  • Private Room. 1 full sized bed. Non-member: $50 room/night.
  • Bunk in two-bunk room. AAC member: $18 person/night.
  • Bunk in two-bunk room. Non-member: $25 person/night.
  • Bunk in eight-bunk room. AAC member: $16 person/night.
  • Bunk in eight-bunk room. Non-member: $25 person/night.

There is a 10% discount for two-week stays or more, in both the house and for camping.
Important Notes: Payment is required at time of booking to confirm the dates desired, as well as a list of guests and their membership status. (Please see cancellation policy, below). We are not offering a whole house rate for the upcoming season. One or two persons may stay in a private room(1 single full sized bed), no more. You can purchase both bunks in a two-bunk room to make it a private room, if availability allows. In order to get member pricing, each person must be a member of the AAC. If not, then non-member pricing applies to that person/bed.
Cancellation Policy
No cancellation charge and 100% refund if notice is received more than 30 days in advance of arrival date. 50% of refund if cancellation notice is received between 7 and 30 days of arrival date. No refund if cancellation notice is received within 7 days of arrival date.
Late Arrivals: Reservations for multiple days are automatically cancelled without refund unless notice of late arrival is provided to the ranch by 11:00 a.m. on the second day of the reservation.
Renovations to the Hueco Rock Ranch
We've been busy making improvements that include:
New toilets and showers
Revamping the barn and adding amenities to improve community space
A renovation of the house, including new carpeting, bathrooms, mattresses
Adding bunks so more climbers can enjoy staying indoors
Climbing in Hueco
The Hueco Rock Ranch is, hands down, the best place to stay if you're climbing in Hueco. Located just outside El Paso, Texas, and just a mile from Hueco Tanks—the best bouldering on the planet—the Ranch is the perfect spot to set up shop and hang with your fellow climbers.
Since getting access to Hueco can be tricky, we've got all the info you'll need to be climbing in no time. Access to the park varies by location: North Mountain and the Backcountry (East Mountain, West Mountain, and the East Spur). The climbing is awesome in every area, so check out the access details to see which area you'd like to visit.
North Mountian
Park Reservations: (512) 389-8900
North Mountain is open to the public for self-guided climbing. The number of people allowed on North at any given point is 70. The park takes reservations in advance for 60 people and also has 10 "walk-up" spots. Once these are taken, if additional people want to get on North, there is usually a waiting list. At this point the park allows people in on a "one out, one in" basis. People who have made reservations in advance have until 10:00 a.m. to either claim their reservation or notify the park if they will be running late. At 10:00 a.m. the park staff will consider the unclaimed reservations "no-shows" and begin giving them to people who are in line waiting.
Granted, there is no guarantee that there will be any no-shows, and there is also no guarantee that you will be one of the first 10 there to get a walk-up spot. But, someone is always taking a rest day. Bouldering in the Tanks is tough on the body and the skin, so people often take unplanned rest days. Besides, rest days mean just hanging around relaxing. And who doesn't love that? This means there are often extra reservations. Since the climbing community as a whole is friendly and helpful, just wander around the campfire at the Ranch and it's not difficult to stumble across spare North reservations. Just remember to say things like please and thanks.
Backcountry (West, East, East Spur)
Schedule a Volunteer Tour: (915) 875-1135
Climbing in the West, East, and East Spur requires a guide. Please call the State Park at (915) 857-1135 to schedule a volunteer to guide you on your trip. Availability varies due to volunteer schedules.
Commercial guided trips will continue to run out of the Hueco Rock Ranch. Details to come.
Maps/ Directions
The Ranch is located at 17498 Bettina Ave, El Paso, TX 77938 (Map). To get to the Ranch:
  1. Head east on Montana Avenue (US 180) out of El Paso
  2. Turn left onto Hueco Tanks Road/Ranch Road 2275/State Park Road
  3. Turn left onto Hueco Mountain Road (a few hundred yards before the state park gate)
  4. Make your first right onto Woodrow Drive
  5. When the road Ts, turn left on Bettina Avenue (please drive slowly, and create no dust)
  6. The Hueco Rock Ranch is the third house down on your left

Guidebooks
You can access guidebooks to climbing destinations across the country through the AAC's Guidebook Finder and borrow them for free as an AAC Member. Check out what the AAC's got on Hueco.
More Beta
Check out Texas Parks and Wildlife's site for 360-degree tours, access info, and some park history.

Access Fund
El Paso City Visitor's Bureau
Gleahterland Ranch (Lodging)
Send Climbing
Hueco Hacienda (Lodging)
Photography by Sam Davis
Photography by Gustavo Mosier
Photography by Merrick Ales
Photography by Beau Kahler
Shindagger
Vanessa Compton, Artist
Wagon Wheel Coopt (Commercial Guiding)

Clinics

Learn from top climbers in Hueco Tanks! All Clinics will meet at the barn at the Hueco Rock Ranch at 10:30 a.m. and will conclude at 5:30 p.m. All clinics are $90 and include park entrance fee. Clinics will be in the back country of Hueco so bring plenty of food, water and the proper footwear.

Daniel Woods

All clinics begin and end at the Hueco Rock Ranch! $90 includes the Park's entrance fee! Click here to register!
Daniel Woods is sponsored by North Face, Sanuk, La Sportiva, Organic and Petzel!  He is one of the strongest climbers in the world climbing v15/16 as well as difficult sport climbs!
My clinic will be about how to approach an outdoor boulder problem and send it. This includes tips on sequencing, skin preservation, body awareness on the rock, and efficiency. I will also demonstrate static and dynamic techniques and inform when to use either or on a boulder problem. For me, the most beneficial tool is reading a sequence correctly and executing the moves efficiently. I will also provide tips on building stronger fingers and dynamic/static lock off power. Come to my clinic and learn how to take down boulder problems.
Limit 9 people

Nick Duttle

All clinics begin and end at the Hueco Rock Ranch! $90 includes the Park's entrance fee! Click here to register!
Nick Duttle is a professional rock climber sponsored by Organic, Gramicci, Bob's Red Mill, Elete, Tru Fit, Petzl and Scarpa! He's a prolific rope climber and boulder who has climbed V14 and 5.14+ and he has established numerous boulder problems in Hueco and around the country including Soul Adunamentum V13 and Sunshine V11. Nick's clinic will cover developing precise movement, sending tactics, the mental game of projecting, training and cross training, nutrition, and hydration. Sign up now!
Limit 9 people

Paul Robinson

All clinics begin and end at the Hueco Rock Ranch! $90 includes the Park's entrance fee! Click here to register!
Paul Robinson is sponsored by Prana, La Sportiva, Joshua Tree, Clif Bar, Asana, and Petzl! Winner of the 2009 Hueco Rock Rodeo! Paul is a world class boulderer who has climbed several v15/16 establishing some of the most difficult boulder problems around the world proving himself to be one of the worlds top climbers!
Join Paul Robinson for an introductory and intermediate course on moving from the gym to outside. including topics making the most of a flash attempt, spotting correctly, learning how to push yourself outside, going from plastic holds to sharp outdoor holds.
Limit 9 people

Sean McColl

All clinics begin and end at the Hueco Rock Ranch! $90 includes the Park's entrance fee! Click here to register!
Some would say that Sean McColl is a jack of all trades. He has redpointed 5.14d & V15, flashed 5.14b & V13, won both lead and boulder world cups and is the current combined world champion. He understands what it's like to perform under pressure and how to climb at your max every time. Come out for a fun day of climbing with Sean to unlock his secrets. He hopes that he can share his insights into training, preparation and climbing mentality in every aspect of the sport.
Limit 9 people

21st Hueco Rock Rodeo, 2014, Results!

Women's Open
1) Jule Wurm 6100 pts.
2) Mina Leslie-Wujastyk 5715 pts.
3) Nina Williams 4430 pts.
4) Jill Waters 3460 pts.
5) Rachel Meyers 2560 pts.
Men's Open
1) Daniel Woods 8115 pts.
2) James Webb 7589 pts.
3) Sean McColl 7420 pts.
4) Paul Robinson 7210 pts.
5) Jan Hojer 7180 pts.
6) Adam Watson 6165 pts.
Women's Advanced
1) Lauren Cornell 0 pts. (always turn in your scorecard)
Men's Advanced
1) Zachery Wood 5495 pts.
2) Wei Da Chang 5375 pts.
3) Ben Hanna 5130 pts.
4) Alex McIntyre 4270 pts.
5) Quincy Conway 4100 pts.
6) Nathaniel Spencer 4045 pts.
Women's Intermediate
1) Laurel Todd 3100 pts.
2) Ginger Franko 690 pts.
3) Jessica Goff 640 pts.
4) Ivy Todd 540 pts.
5) Mitch Taylor 370 pts.
Men's Intermediate
1) Brandon Quinn 4130 pts.
2) Andrew Osnac 3930 pts.
3) Joshua Billberry 3825 pts.
4) David Tran 3690 pts.
Tie For 5th
5) Bobby Retzloff 3315 pts.
5) Jonathan Tylka 3315 pts.
Women's Recreational
1) Amanda Anderson (47 problems!)
2) Kassandra Maillard
3) Hannah Rapp
4) Yvette Ontivero
5) Elizabeth Vera
6) Angela Schvegraf
Men's Recreational
1) Carlos Flores (39 problems!)
2) Joseph McDaniel
3) Matthews Black
4) Seah Dacus
5) Jarson Carlson
6) Alex Gupp
Master's
1) Ty Foose 3360 pts.
2) Sean May 1230 pts.
Youth
Advanced
1) Victoria Gezel 1290 pts.
2) Marissa Mur
Intermediate
1) Esteban Porras 190 pts.
Tied for 2nd 2) Edwin Quezada 30 pts.
2) Allen Loeva 30 pts.
3) Ivan Loera (a great effort)
Beginner
1) Jesus Arroyo 50 pts.
2) Steva Munoz 25 pts.
Tied for 3rd
3) Sophia 10 pts.
3) Jackie 10 pts.
3) Marshall McDonald 10 pts.