Due to COVID-19 concerns:

  • Maintain Social Distancing
  • Use hand sanitizer
  • If another party is climbing, be respectful of their space.


Maple Avenue Bridge is a 70 foot tall and 780 foot long concrete bridge located in Redmond Oregon. It was constructed in 2007 with three 210 foot arch spans. In July of 2015, the first climbing routes began getting developed. There are 8 arches which climbing may be developed on(under).

The bridge spans over the Dry Canyon which runs the length of Redmond. The Deschutes River was located here many years ago, but shifted channels to the west. The floor of the canyon is dirt, grass, sagebrush and junipers. There is a paved pedestrian/bicycle path. The character of the natural canyon and the flat canyon floor makes it a great place for climbing. The approach is very short, since you can park about 100 feet from the east side of the bridge.


ClimbTech Wave Bolts in Overhung Terrain video from ClimbTech on Vimeo about the bolts used in the bridge:

2016-17 Redmond Visitor & Business Guide  – Front Cover!!!


Climbing Magazine Feb/March 2016


Sunset Blog Jan 4, 2016

The Source Weekly Story about CO Climbing Sept 10

KTVZ Television Story Aug 27

Redmond Spokesman Cover Aug 12

Bend Bulletin Story July 15

Bend Bulletin Editorial July 17

Bridge contact information iancaldwell@hotmail.com