Lost Resort Rock Climbing
This crag is set high on the southern hillside above I-90. As it is north-facing, it is dark and shady under the canopy of large trees. The rock quality varies throughout the crag, but hosts a handful of fun climbs ranging from 5.10 to 5.13, despite the hour long approach. This is the biggest wall in the Bob's area group and only a few more minutes up the trail from the Peannacle Wall.
Mt. Washington trail is the same trail that leads to Amazonia, but the Bob wall area is quite a bit further. 2 miles from the trailhead at the Wa. State Parks parking lot ( with the concrete toilet)
[Ryan Triplett's instructions:]
To get here follow the directions as to the Actual Cave (i.e., park at the first parking lot and head West along the Iron Horse grade for a bit, then cutting left into the forest). Stay on this main trail passing the turn to Amazonia and walking by the Actual Cave. After crossing a small stream and more hiking the trail splits - stay left. After 100 ft or so you will come upon the Chainsaw Wall (Bob's area), continue past this and find a trail that goes up and right. Scramble to the top as the trail becomes rather rocky, this is the Pinnacles (many short and moderate sport climbs are here). Traverse around this small crag to the climbers right and catch a trail leading back down into the forest. After a short bit you will come upon 3 bolted lines tackling a steep slab marked with a huge fallen tree at their base. Navigating around this tree will reveal the remaining band of rock. A solid hour ...
Climbing Season For the Bob's area.
Weather station 3.3 miles from here
9 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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