Bermuda Triangle Rock Climbing
A small area before Beluga point. Contains a pretty high density of climbs but can suffer from loose rock and being right on the road syndrom. Wear a helmet as always and be prepared for some weird bolting/anchoring.
4.3 miles past the Weigh Station this is a crag with a small pullout near a seasonal pond. It is marked by a triangular overhanging corner, hence the name Bermuda Triangle. If you hit Beluga Point you have gone about 200 feet to far.
Climbing Season For the Seward Highway area.
Weather station 6.5 miles from here
15 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',6],['1 Star',3],['Bomb',2]
Classic Climbing Routes in Bermuda Triangle
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Bermuda Triangle:
Featured Route For Bermuda Triangle
Planet X 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ 21 E3 5b Alaska
: Seward Highway
: Bermuda Triangle
Starting ~20' right of the large detached pillar/block on the east face, climb up the steepest section of rock, utilizing stems, underclings, and small crystalline crimps past 5 bolts. The line is direct, but it is hard to tell exactly where to go because of some nearby stray bolts (supposedly, an easier .10a variation breaks out left past a separate bolt and then joins the direct line higher up). A 25+ foot runout on 5.easy ground takes you to a bolted rap anchor off to climber's right (shared ...[more] Browse More Classics in Alaska