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Coal Mountain Boulders Climbing
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A large collection of boulders located in the Skagit Valley East of Sedro Woolley. The area has seen limited development. The boulders are located on a secluded forested slope. The landings can be hazardous so bring a few crash pads.
Getting There [Edit]
Head East from Hwy 9 on the S. Skagit Hwy past the small town of Day Creek. After a few miles (near mile marker 11) veer right and up an incline onto a prominent logging road that runs parallel to the highway. From this point it takes about 30 minutes along the gravel/dirt road to reach the boulders. Follow the main logging road east to a 90 degree switch back and head to the west. Follow the main road, always staying to the right at major forks. After you pass cliffs on the right you will come to road that heads to the right. Park at the pull-out and walk 5 minutes to the boulders. If you pass a pond on the right you have gone too far.
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