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The rocks are very sun-beaten and depending on snow run-off, water levels can be high and quite chilly.
Take highway 2 east or west and just before (if heading east) or just after (if heading west) mile marker 33, park in the gravel pull-out. Walk east about 2 telephone poles worth of distance and on the other side of the road there is a faint path that will lead you beyond a private property sign. Follow that path to the beach where the climbing is found. The first massive boulder you see during approach is the Beach Boulder. Further east will lead you to Moon and others in development.
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Dorris Day V4-5 6B+ WA : Central-West Cascades & Sea... : ... : Beach Boulders
The juggy hold on the corner is where the start can be found. There is little to no feet support through the entire traverse minus the final move (heel hook mantle). For an easier variation, start on the corner on the first boulder you traverse above; this would bring the rating to a v2 I believe....[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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