Type: Sport, 160 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Steve Marr on Jun 30, 2010
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Easy climbing at the start leads to progressively steeper and thinner climbing. There’s a good runout from the last bolt to the anchors. It’s possible to get a small cam in just prior to reaching them.


Three O'Clock Rock. There are two bolted lines left of Under the Bored Walk. This one is immediately left of Bored Walk and climbs the center of the Great Arch Area. Rap with two ropes.


Ten clips to bolted chain anchors (intermediate anchors as well). Small cam below the anchors optional.


Wesley Ashwood
Squamish, BC
Wesley Ashwood   Squamish, BC
There are two bolted climbs to the left of Under the Boardwalk and still under the Great Arch (this one and a 5.10a just to the left). There are two other climbs (sharing a first pitch) the climb up from left of the Great Arch then branching out.

Can rap this with 2 ropes or using the intermediate anchors. Aug 2, 2010
Everett, wa
CameraisHeavy   Everett, wa
The Three climbs under the Great Arch from left to right are:
20th Century Clock (5.10a)
Charlie Chan's Number One Suspect (5.9)
Under the BoredWalk (5.7) Nov 21, 2010
Max Cole
Seattle, WA
Max Cole   Seattle, WA
Anchors at the mid point are extremely sketchy, and it runs out about 40' from the mid point to the top directly under the roof.

Otherwise nice face climbing. Jun 24, 2013
Curt Veldhuisen
Bellingham, WA
Curt Veldhuisen   Bellingham, WA
A great line, with sustained and interesting climbing! I thought there were 5.9 moves above the first bolt and above the double bolts around midway. Runouts aren't bad at all for Darrington. Feb 16, 2015