Access Fund and Washington Climbers Coalition (WCC) opened this unique new bouldering area near Bellingham, Washington in Sprin 2019. Located in Larrabee State Park, this cluster of sandstone boulders along the Chuckanut Mountain escarpment provides high-quality bouldering for climbers of all skill levels.
The trailhead is located at the end of Cleater Road in Larrabee State Park. Click here for driving directions and display your Discover Pass in vehicles. Follow signs for the Rock Trail and hike 0.8 miles. Along the way, the cliff band will disappear and you will cross a footbridge. Do not take the first set of stairs after the footbridge, but continue and turn left on a faint climber access trail to reach the boulders. Remember to respect other trail users and follow The Climber’s Pact to minimize your impact. Most importantly, Chuckanut Sandstone is fragile compared to other Washington rock—do not climb if wet or within a day after rain. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.