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Areas in Cutthroat Lake Crags

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Elevation: 4,464 ft
GPS: 48.557, -120.654 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: slim on Aug 6, 2017
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Nate Ball

Description

Numerous chunks of semi-alpine granite can be accessed from the Cutthroat Lake trailhead, just off of Hwy 20 (Washington Pass). While the trailhead is quite popular with hikers and fishermen, it is pretty likely that you won't see other climbers. There is a lot of potential for routes in this general area.

The trailhead is a fee area requiring a Northwest Forest pass or a $5 daily pass.

Getting There

Descend the East side of Washington Pass on Hwy 20, past the sharp hairpin. From the tip of the hairpin it is approximately 4 miles to a left turn for the Cutthroat Lake trailhead. Drive up this road a mile or so to a couple small parking lots.

Approaches to the various crags will be detailed in their specific pages.

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