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Rock Climbing Photo: Looking NE to Burge Mtn from Fancher Flats (half w...
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By Jon Nelson
Administrator
From: Bellingham, WA
Jul 23, 2016
From this view, who could tell the place had so much great rock?
By applewood
From: Tonasket, WA
Jul 23, 2016
Most of the climbing is hidden behind a hill in the foreground, but Burge has a LOT less rock than Hull and McLaughlin - both of which are huge with potentially thousands of routes. Burge with about 100 routes has very limited potential for more.
By Jon Nelson
Administrator
From: Bellingham, WA
Jul 23, 2016
Well, even 100-200 is plenty.

Are there more boulders like "The Pebble' in the vicinity?

That boulder looks really fun. You've shown some other areas with great-looking boulders, but I quickly forget where they are. Perhaps it would be nice to have an "Area" listing for just the boulders of the Okanogan.
By applewood
From: Tonasket, WA
Jul 31, 2016
A bouldering listing is a good idea - although I'm not the person to do it (I'm too old and brittle to enjoy bouldering much). There is very limited bouldering at Burge (just a few boulders), much more at McLaughlin Canyon, Chewiliken Creek Crag and Mt Hull.
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Looking NE to Burge Mtn from Fancher Flats (half way up from Tonasket).

Submitted By: applewood on Jul 23, 2016
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