The Hog Springs Complex is a canyoneering playground with 4 separate technical slots, each with unique characteristics and difficulties.
Hog 1 draws it's nickname from "Boss" Hogg, the wealthy and nefarious commissioner of Hazzard County in the famous television series "Dukes of Hazzard." Some might say it's also called "Boss Hogg" because it was the first of the Hog Springs Complex to be explored.
Boss has all the makings of a true villain, but ultimately all of it's evil tricks are fairly easily to negotiate. While it only has a couple of rappels, the longest being 50 feet, this canyon is not beginner friendly. The obstacles are a step up in both difficulty and exposure from nearby North Wash fare. There are a handful of challenging downclimbs, as well as a significant stretch of sustained stemming.
The Canyon - Rating: 3A III R Longest Rap: 55' # of Raps: 1-4
Condition Reports for Hog 1 - Boss Hog
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