Paradise Valley bouldering Climbing
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DescriptionThe Paradise Valley boulders is a magical place, reminiscent of something in a Grimm's fairy tale. The rock itself is slightly different than that in the Grand Wall boulders, and feels somewhat like Leavenworth.
Much of the bouldering is on private property and care is required to protect the area for future use. Dogs are not permitted.
Getting ThereTake the Squamish Valley road, exiting south on Highway 99 immediately across from the Alice Lake turnoff. Drive about 4km then take a right on Paradise Valley road immediately after a bridge. Follow this for another 4km, passing the Paradise Valley campground. Take a right on the Midnight Way road and follow this to the Tenderfoot fish hatchery. Park on the side of the road just before the hatchery.
A trail leads around the hatchery along the railroad tracks. Follow this for about 5 minutes, then turn left on a trail into the forest. Jog right, then left and cross a pedestrian bridge. The Enchanted boulders are the first group of boulders reached and begin immediately on the far side of the bridge.
Classic Climbing Routes at Paradise Valley bouldering
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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