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The climber in green is on Bluebells, the climber ...
A classic for the area. A fun crack climb, although face holds exist as well. Follow the finger crack up into a dihedral and continue to the top.
This route is in the next corner down from Phantom Crack, and about 25 yards to the left from the stone lookout.
Nuts, cams, hexes for lead. Some large gear might be helpful for the top rope setup.
Juneko on Bluebells.
Dave Pierce nearing the top
Ted Kryzer on Bluebells. July 26 '10.
Mark Machacek on lower section of "Blue Bells" at ...
James Hann on Bluebells
|By Brian Weinstein|
Oct 3, 2006
One of my favorite pitches in the North Shore. Classic.
|By Rob P.|
From: Bay Area
Sep 28, 2008
GREAT finger crack dihedral. A stout and fun lead with lots of great placements.
|By Rich T|
Sep 3, 2010
Slight overhang at the finish adds a nice touch too. Great climb.
From: Twisp, WA
Apr 10, 2011
Great introduction to north shore climbing. very fun
|By Scott Schumann|
From: SLC, UT
Nov 29, 2012
Plenty of pro and great jams. Long route so save a little pro (and energy for the top). Classic Route!
Climbed it with a storm approaching, 40 mph winds, whitecaps misting us from below, and a double rainbow forming behind us. One of my favorite climbing memories.