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DescriptionA pleasant wall that offers a wide range of moderate climbs that are well shaded. Some loose rock is present, but the wall gets better as it sees more traffic...still a helmet is always recommended. Most of the routes are bolted, but many also require some traditional gear.
Getting ThereFrom Vancouver, Washington or the I-205 head east on State highway 14 on the north side of the Columbia River. The crag is slightly west of the high point in the road at mile post 23.75 and is on the south side of the highway (about 1/3 mile east of Belle Center Road). Park on a wide section of paved shoulder [third pullout west of the road high point] just past a funny sign on the left that reads "the gorge has gone to the dogs."
Follow the narrow climbers trail from the roadside parking area the trail gradually descends into a thick forest of fir trees. The first steep cliff section at the far west end of the entire Ozone Wall is about 40' in height, but quickly becomes taller as you continue to descend down to the central portion of the crag.
Classic Climbing Routes at Ozone
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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