Dropping the Chicken Mantle start and Mantle finis...
From Seattle area: Take US Route 2 East to Skykomish, WA. At mile post 45.89 turn right onto NE Old Cascade Highway toward Money Creek Campground. Continue on the paved road until you reach Miller River Road (USFS 6410). Turn Right onto Miller River Road, which turns into USFS 6410. Go for 3.5 miles until you see a green gate on the right side of the road. Park out of the way and hike along old logging road past gate. About 10 mins of hiking you will see the car door boulder on the right and the UnDammed boulder along the river on the left. Go to: westernwashingtonbouldering.co...
for directions and topo.
Please do your best to keep this area clean and comply with all wilderness area rules and regulations.
Video of the area
Weather station 3.0 miles from here
8 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',3],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Morpheus
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Diamond Engagement V5+ 6C+ WA
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Start placing your body inside the inset diamond block is within the large diamond boulder. Left hand low using the lower diamond crack as a undercling and the right hand is on a crimp on the face or gaston out right. Go up to good pinch and finger lock. Then head out of the inset and straight up using sidepulls and good ledges. Topout at the apex of the Diamond. ...[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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The Diamond Engagement. Photo by Pablo Zuleta
John Lyman on French Exit.
From: Seattle, Washington
Aug 13, 2013
Could it be that you are talking about page 3 and 4 of the maps posted on expouldering.com?
From: Tucson, AZ
Jul 30, 2014
Went out to 420 Boulders yesterday for the first time. Beautiful area with awesome problems. I saw that the posted link expouldering.com/blog/ is no longer working and am wondering where I could find topos of the developed boulders in the area are. Any help would be awesome.