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Shared By: James Barker on Jul 25, 2018
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick
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Ruby beach is covered with very knobby and grippy stacks perfect for bouldering. It’s all over sand, but you still need a crash pad. Climbing is okay according to the rangers, but you’re liable for injury. One or two stacks I went on were a little flaky, but the rest is pure granite.

Getting There

US Highway 101 past forks, you should see signs for ruby beach. Once you’re there park in one of the many parking lots and walk down on designated trails. Walk right on the beach and you’ll see multiple stacks. It’s right on the scenic byway south of forks and north of kalaloch. Right next to the hoh river

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Jon Nelson
Redmond, WA
Jon Nelson   Redmond, WA  
Thanks James for posting.
One suggestion: If there is more than one boulder here (or more than one "stack") that may be developed (even if not for some time), then please move the route you have and instead list each boulder. Then move your route to the appropriate boulder.

See how the other Olympic bouldering area has been organized into each boulder being its own sub-area. If you don't do this, then I have to, and I don't know how to describe this region.

Thanks- Jul 26, 2018 · Temporary Report

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