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Artificial rock wall in North Bend, WA. Free. Outdoor. Various difficulties. One "cave". The whole structure leans to one side a bit, offering slight overhung climbs and slight slab climbs. "Grip It" climbing holds over fashioned contours. Bolted routes. Pairs of opposing, non-locking biners at the ends of chains as top anchors.
From I-90, take exit 32 and head north on 436th AVE SE. At the end of the road, turn left at the stop sign on to E North Bend Way. Shortly after the intersection with 424th AVE SE, turn right into Torguson Park. The rock wall is on the right hand side of the parking lot.
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Getting off of the ground is a little cruxy as are the moves between the last bolt and the chains. Hornets have nested inside of the rock wall, coming in and out of the bolt holes, and are especially prevalent on this climb. If hornets are present, give yourself the courtesy of calling this a 5.6....[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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