Fraggle Rock Group Bouldering
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|Shared By:||Nate Redon on May 23, 2017|
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DescriptionA large boulder featuring several classic lines. The landings are a bit rocky so bringing several pads will be helpful. There are no true warmups on the boulder.
Working Timberland Details
April 19, 2017: Weekday access to the Gold Bar boulders has now reopened following a temporary closure to ensure public safety during harvest activities associated with the Dyno timber sale. In partnership with Access Fund and Washington Climbers Coalition, DNR preserved access to much of the road network hikers and climbers use to access the Gold Bar boulders. Learn more about getting outdoors on DNR-managed lands on our website:dnr.wa.gov/go
Getting ThereAfter taking the right switchback toward the East forest for a while, you will eventually see (or not, it's hard to spot) a small trail leaving the uphill side of the road. This comes a little after a large overgrown pull out on the downhill side of the road. If you see a cool-looking boulder on the left with a nice line on it (V5) you've gone a little too far.
If you miss it and end up at the top of the road, you can always take the trail back down, passing the Que Luna boulders on the way.
Classic Climbing Routes at Fraggle Rock Group
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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