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The name pretty much sums it up. This is the clearcut area below the forest, with numerous house-sized boulders.
No description necessary. If you found a place to park, you found the clearcut.
Climbing Season For the Gold Bar Boulders area.
Weather station 3.8 miles from here
12 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',4],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',5],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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By Ryan Mather
From: Seattle, Washington
Feb 2, 2015
Getting to the bouldering areas Clearcut and The Forest requires a 3 mile hike; there are no longer parking areas close by, and haven't been for what appears to be quite some time.
From the turn off of Reiter Road, hike under the power lines and up the old road for 3 miles of gradually climbing switchbacks. There is a major fork in the trail at the top of a switchback -- to continue to The Forest/eastern Clearcut (Que Luna, Fraggle Rock), go right at the fork; to continue to western Clearcut/western Forest, go left at the fork. There is a trail through the woods that links the West Forest with East/The Sanctuary; route finding through Clearcut can be tricky
By Rich Liang
From: Millbrae, California
Apr 6, 2016
Ventured up to the forest and clearcut area, 3/31/2016. ClearCut boulders is no longer in a "clear cut" a lot of foliage has grown, especially the thorn bushes. Be careful.