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Elevation: 4,666 ft
GPS: 45.37301, -121.47362
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Shared By: matt w on Jun 20, 2007
Admins: Roberta Zouain, Micah Klesick, Nate Ball

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Bulo Point is a great place for beginners since most of the routes can be toproped. There are many fun leads as well, over 15 routes with a couple overhangs, mostly in the 5.6 to 5.10 range.
There are also many great boulder problems in the area, check out the old Portland bouldering guide

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Drive south from Hood River or, east from Government Camp on Hwy 35. Between Sherwood and Robin Hood campground turn east on F.S. 44. Drive for about 10 miles. Turn right onto 4420 and take this for about a mile. As the paved road bends right, stay straight onto the gravel 4421. Immediately after this, stay right/straight onto the rough 240 road (high clearance vehicle is ideal). Take this for about 1 mile. Pass Access Fund sponsored pullouts and camping area on your left and continue a very short distance to the obvious pull-outs on left and right. The trail is on the left (east) side of the road. Do not continue walking straight, this is a different trail for horse-riders and others. The rocks will appear very shortly after passing through the trees.

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Classic Climbing Routes at Bulo Point

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