|Fragrance Lake Road and Cleator Road
Chuckanut Sandstone bouldering and crags off of Fragrance Lake Road and Cleator Road. Rock quality is mostly very poor, but a fair amount of quite compact and solid boulders and cliffs are scattered around the area.
To get to Cleator, take Hiline Rd off of Chuckanut Drive.
Fragrance Lake Rd is the road behind the main Clayton Beach parking lot and is closed to vehicles.
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|Comments on Fragrance Lake Road and Cleator Road
|By michael faith|
From: Bellingham, WA
Sep 2, 2012
Isn't this in Larrabee?
Sep 2, 2012
It is within the boundaries of Larrabee, but not on the beach or railroad tracks. It needs activity to get/stay cleaned. Go check it out. The crack up the Fragrance Lake road is one of the best continuous cracks in Bellingham and safe to boulder. Cleator Rd has quite a bit of room for new problems if you have already done everything on the beach and on Chuckanut.