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Bedal Basin (Bedal Boulder)

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Bedal Basin (Bedal Boulder) Rock Climbing 

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Location: 48.06604, -121.36959 View Map  Incorrect?
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There is currently one boulder in the area with 4 problems on it. Due to the low volume of problems in the area, it is quite secluded. The rock itself is sunny and in a clearing, so for optimal conditions hit it early or wait for cloud cover.

Getting There 

Follow directions for the Bedal Basin hike to the TH off of FR 4096. This is also the approach to the West Face of Sloan Peak.
The approach is a moderately maintained climbers trail that is full of logs and overgrown brush. Bring a machete or wear long sleeves and pants!

At just around two miles up the trail you should get to a clearing where the trail runs parallel to Bedal Creek. At the time of writing, there was an obvious unbesigned post. Right behind it (uphill side) is Bedal Boulder.

Climbing Season

Weather station 10.4 miles from here

4 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]

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Bedal Juice V0-1 4+  Washington : Northwest Region : Bedal Basin (Bedal Boulder)
This is a basic slab problem. For maximum difficulty do NOT use your hands. This starts on the (creek side) obvious slab of the boulder. Find your spot with your left foot, talk to it to make sure it sticks (If you're going no hands then this is the crux!) then rock on up to a decent right foot and continue up. Top out is encouraged and there is an easy walk off the back....[more]   Browse More Classics in Washington

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