26th Hueco Rock Rodeo
February 15-17, 2019
**Thanks for your interest, but the comp is SOLD OUT! Hope to see you next year!
It’s time to throw down with The American Alpine Club and Five Ten for the 26th Annual Hueco Rock Rodeo happening February 15-17.
This 3-day grassroots climbing festival—presented by Five Ten and supported by Klean Kanteen and La Sportiva—celebrates the one-of-a-kind climbers and climbing of the Southwest.
Test out your skills against fellow boulderers in the country’s premiere bouldering comp. Featuring a variety of categories, prizes will be handed out to top performers. The fun doesn’t stop there! The weekend is jam packed with clinics taught by professional athletes, stewardship projects, dance parties, karaoke, dyno comp, gear demos, food, films, music, bonfires, raffles, and good times with great people! New this year, we will be hosting a fireside chat about diversity and engagement in climbing, an artists market, interactive art projects, and a silent auction full of great deals!
The festivities will take place at the Hueco Rock Ranch with clinics and climbing inside Hueco Tanks State Park.
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The comp is SOLD OUT but Weekend Passes will be available onsite. See you there!
Who, what, when and where...All the questions answered.
What does it take to be the best in Hueco?
As a global organization of climbers, we have a responsibility to help protect, restore, and interpret the unique natural and cultural features of the Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site. These features are many and diverse, and are revered by different groups of users for different reasons. They include world- class bird watching, hundreds of Native American pictographs and archaeologic sites, unique desert flora and fauna, historic artifacts from the days of the old western frontier, and perhaps the best one square mile of rock climbing in America, if not the world.
The sports of climbing and bouldering are not governed by strict rules. However, due to the sensitive nature of Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site, we ask all climbers and non-climbers to follow the appropriate behavior below when visiting the park. Please review these standards provided by Climbers of Hueco Tanks Coalition.