Climbing is on a selection of granite boulders and crags that rise just above the sea on an overlooking hillside. Much is still undeveloped including an overhanging wall of patina features that could bring Skagway to a new level of difficulty. One notable route sits on the house sized boulder at the base of the hill: it is 40 feet of laser cut finger and off finger crack climbing. Numerous bouldering problems can be found within a short walk of the road. Keep an eye out for the yet undeveloped "off width crag" just up the hill and the futuristic overhanging finger crack splitting a prominent arch.
Mile 4, Dyea rd, just after the big bend in the road, a pullout exists about 1/4 mile towards Dyea.
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