We’ve been pretty impressed with the climbing in The Red. The walls are scattered over an area of over a hundred square miles, tucked away down forest roads or trails. There’s little to see of the Red River itself which, having presumably carved the landscape, is now not much more than a trickle.
The crags that are left behind are really impressive. About 20m to 30m and either somewhat or very overhanging, the rock is sculpted into pocketed waves that make for really fun climbing.