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Access issues inherited from Reimers Ranch

Reimers Ranch is a county park owned by Travis County, and as such follows the rules put forth by the county. There is no camping allowed in the park and dogs must be kept on a leash at all times (the park rangers are very strict about this, and will give you a ticket if they see your dog off leash). The park is open from 8:00 A.M. to civil twilight (that means around 6:00 in the winter and 9:00 in the summer), and entrance fee's are $10 per car. If it is your first time here you must sign a waiver to climb as well. If you move to the area and come here a lot you may want to get a park pass, which allows you to come and go as much as you like for one year at the price of $100.

Ethic inherited from Reimers Ranch

The climbing ethic is fairly casual, many classic routes are chipped but this was done a long time ago and chipping is not tolerated anymore. That being said, do not fill in chipped holes under any circumstances, what's done is done, don't mess with things. Please practice LNT, especially concerning dog poop (pick it up, carry it out, do NOT let them poop on the trail). Bolting must be approved by the Central Texas Mountaineers. Booty is up for grabs but on the rare occasion you see project draws (i.e. more than one draw hanging on a wall) do not remove them.


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As per the name, you're most likely going to want to stick clip the first bolt.


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