Just east of Washington Pass is some of the best single and best multipitch sport climbing in Washington - Mazama.
Take Highway 20 to the town of Mazama. The crags are all west of the Mazama Town Store.
63 Total Routes
['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',30],['2 Stars',21],['1 Star',6],['Bomb',0]
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|By Paul Shultz|
From: Hudson, Ma
Mar 15, 2009
Tiny little town. Hit up the general store. They have great home made food. Great salsa especially! Also go to Winthrop, maybe a half hour drive and go to the pizza place near the Hardware and Grocery stores.
|By peachy spohn|
Aug 10, 2009
The crags of Mazama are just 1.5 miles from the General Store (which is a really cool store that has just about everything you could want). There is a new 'climber's parking' area on the right, very easy access trails, and signs pointing the way to all the crags. All of this was done by Outwardbound and makes the cragging here fun and easy. There is also a bathroom and some of the areas have signs with topos of all the routes!!!
|By Eliza Penick|
From: Seattle, WA
May 31, 2010
For detailed route info on entire Mazama area (including some limited bouldering & lesser known routes on Washington Pass Liberty Bell spire group) see book "Mazama Rock" by Bryan Burdo. In Seattle can be purchased at Second Ascent & Stone Gardens Climbing Gym in Ballard.
And be sure to enjoy a local beer next to the Methow River at the Old Schoolhouse Brewery in Winthrop.
From: Okanogan, WA
Apr 15, 2013
GPS Coor: +48.619527, -120.457954
|By CB Thhomas|
May 18, 2013
Lots of new route development in the past couple years. There is a new shop in Mazama called Goats Beard Mountain Supplies that has everything you need gear wise as well as lots of beta for visiting climbers.
|By andrew tromey|
From: Boulder, CO
Jun 10, 2013
Is this area typically ready to be climbed by late June, or do I need to wait longer to let the snow melt more?
Jun 11, 2013
We were climbing in mid-March this year, granted we were belaying on snow, but the routes were dry. I'd say by end of April in most years the snow will be gone, with some of the routes on Goat wall being wet in spring. Now, Washington Pass just up the road is a different story...