Know the location of this area? Show us! We don't know it, but we're working on cool new features that need it!
Neverland consists of 4 recently developed crags. The routes here range in difficulty from 5.9 to 5.11. The largest crag, Lost Boys, offers several multi-pitch lines. Smea, Croc, and Hook offer single pitch lines. Because these are newer areas, expect some roughness around the edges-- the approach trails need work and stabilization, the holds may be dirty, and some of the climbs could use a little more brushing. Like much of the climbing at Exit 38, the routes here are a mixed bag. Some are quite nice and others are good simply for mileage close to town.
Hike the road until reaching a small utility building. The approach trail takes off on the opposite side. A 5-10 minute climb brings you to a fork in the trail. Hang right and switchback to the base of Lost Boys, or take a left to reach the base of Smea, followed by Croc.
13 Total Routes
Browse More Classics in Neverland
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Neverland:
Featured Route For Neverland
The Plank 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a WA : Central-West Cascades & Sea... : ... : Lost Boys
This 3 pitch route ascends the far right side of Lost Boys.P1. Begin right of a dead tree stump. Ascend shallow broken corners to a belay under a roof. Discontinous, odd, so-so climbing, 20m. 5.9P2. Traverse left from the belay, pull into a corner and get established on the slab above the lip (crux), then continue up easier ground to the anchor. Nice pitch. Solid 5.10a, 20m.P3. Follow a few bolts up the easy face to the highest anchor. Somewhat runout. 5.7, 20m.It is possible to combin...[more] Browse More Classics in WA
Latest Regional Forum Messages
From Pacific Northwest Go to Forum | What's New | Post New Topic