D-Ton Boulders Rock Climbing
BETA PHOTO: Approximate location.
Situated on FSR 23, just off the Mountain Loop Highway, this compact area has, by comparison to most west side bouldering areas, a zero approach! To date, there are around 30 established problems and several projects. Grades range from V0s to V8s, the projects will be considerably harder.
Directions: (About 1hr 45 min from Seattle) From Seattle: Head north on I-5. Take Exit 208, route 530 east toward Darrington, via Arlington. From the four-way stop at the Shell gas station in Darrington, turn Right onto Mountain Loop Highway (South). Follow this for approximately 9 miles. Just past the White Chuck Boat Launch and where the pavement ends, turn left (east) onto FSR 23. Follow this for 4.3 miles to a pullout on the left side of the road and park here. Walk up the road (east) for approximately 60 meters and look for an obvious cairn on the right side of the road (south side). Take this trail and the first boulder (The Welcome Boulder) is approximately 100 meters from the road.
Climbing Season For the Darrington area.
Weather station 12.3 miles from here
9 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',4],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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Feb 23, 2014
Looks really cool - thanks for sharing the goodies! Friendly suggestion: Any interest in calling this place the White Chuck Boulders in honor of the nearby river and peak (D-ton is >10 miles away)?
By Jon Nelson
From: Bellingham, WA
Feb 24, 2014
Curtveld - the name change sounds good to me. If the main developers here are OK with it, I'll make the change.