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3,104 Total Routes
['4 Stars',297],['3 Stars',1137],['2 Stars',1102],['1 Star',444],['Bomb',11]
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Washington:
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Clay 5.11+ 7a 24 VIII E4 6a WA
: ... : Lower Cheeks
Pitch one is fairly well-travelled. Pitch two may not have seen an ascent in the last fifteen years. The first pitch corner has it all; well, almost! Thin, funky climbing off the ground leads to a lieback past two bolts to a crack and a stance under a roof. Crack, face climbing past wild jugs and finally stemming leads to a tricky crux finish. Spectacular climbing.P2 climbs a slab up to the Beach. 5.10+ R; most likely not equipped for ('safe') free climbing....[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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|re: Any Levy Locals Know Conditions?||RandyEL||4 days ago|
|Living in AK this spring and summer, Looking for recommendations and partners||vermaine||4 days ago|
|re: Possible Area by Mineral, WA||RandyEL||Mar 1, 2014|
|re: Frenchmans Couless, Vantage Wa. Cell Phone Reception?||The Blueprint Part Dank||Feb 28, 2014|
|Transportation to Devil's Tower, WY||Dakota Bauman||Feb 27, 2014|
|Snoqualmie Conditions||TF.tf||Feb 26, 2014|
|re: Seward, Resurrection Bay, Humpy Cove area NEW DEVELOPMENT!!||Jib Holmstead||Feb 24, 2014|
|re: Mark Hudon's Iron Hawk Slide Show in Pasco||Mark Hudon||Feb 24, 2014|
Sep 24, 2006
Washington is an incredibly beautiful state.
The Cascades, with tall volcanoes and tumbling glaciers. The rocky coastline and rain forests. The sprawling orchards of Central Washington, all combine to make this Great state a more than worthwhile place to visit.
|By Matt McMurray|
From: Castle Rock, CO
Jan 24, 2007
Where's the Minihaha area?
Apr 2, 2009
Anyone know of Conservation/Environmental jobs in the Wenatchee/Leavenworth area, please do not hesitate to PM me! Would love to live there.
|By cody brua|
Dec 22, 2010
hi my name is Cody Brua i am moving to Mt Vernon WA on January 1 and i don't know any one who climbs up their so if any wants or needs a new climbing partner i am free ever weekend
|By Peter Franzen|
From: Phoenix, AZ
Aug 25, 2011
I have moved Beacon Rock to the Oregon section of MP. Please see its page for more details.
From: Tacoma, WA
Aug 25, 2011
Well that sucks. WTF? Seriously?
We'll take Smith Rock in return.
|By David Stephens|
From: Spokane WA.
Sep 9, 2011
They have said it for years "The best climbing in OR. is in Wa.
Sep 9, 2011
You can keep the Far Side Andyf, even though it's closer to PDX than Beacon. In fact, there are 2 Farsides, you get both! Woot! If you can clean it up a tad we'll claim ownership. We'll take Ozone right next door to the FS as it's much cleaner. Opps, breaking news: the Oregon climbers have voted, and if you give us either Outer Space or Liberty Bell, we will give you everything we have except for Smith Rock. LOL!
BTW, before anyone gets their panties all twisted up, I was joking....
|By Jason Scott Heacock|
Feb 18, 2012
Does anyone know the name of the bouldering location in Washington that is right near a popular handgliding cliff. The climbing was right on Puget sound, possiblt north of Everett, on the western side of all passes (not in the cascades) I you know this place what is it called again and is there a Mnt Project area for it.
|By Justin Slagle|
From: Palm Desert, CA
Mar 14, 2012
Jason, i think you're talking about Larrabee State Park. Good bouldering right on the beach with great views. The hang gliding is off Blanchard Mountain. The Park is 15 minutes south of Bellingham on Chuckanut Dr. I don't think it is on Mountain Project and i've never seen a guide anywhere.
|By michael faith|
From: Bellingham, WA
May 30, 2012
I'm working on adding in Larrabee. Feel free to offer up supplements or alternatives for my horrible directions.
|By Dan Bachen|
Dec 3, 2012
Just a shot in the dark here but does anyone know of any rock on the East/ South East side of the Olympic Peninsula? Will be back that direction in a month and if the rain breaks it would be nice to get a session in...
Sep 21, 2013
Is this a good place to climb mid-summer. Hows the weather around this time? thanks