Lost Ledge

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. Access Information The trailhead is located at the end of Cleater [...]

Lost Ledge2019-05-22T16:36:23-07:00

Bat Caves

Located south of Bellingham on the slopes of Blanchard Mountain, the Bat Caves have more than 30 sport (and a few trad) routes ranging from 5.4 to 5.12c. The area’s name is a misnomer: there aren't any real caves, only holes in an impressive talus field below a series of cliffs. The cliffs, which [...]

Bat Caves2018-04-20T16:23:03-07:00

Mt. Baker Crags

Located east of Glacier on Highway 542, the Mt. Baker crags probably offer the best roped climbing in the Bellingham area. Nearly all of the 30 or so routes are sport climbs on meta-volcanic rock that some compare to Exit 38. Unlike Exit 38, however, some of the climbing is on cobbles. The routes [...]

Mt. Baker Crags2018-04-20T16:26:19-07:00

Sehome Hill

Rising above the Western Washington University campus, Sehome Hill offers a number of top rope routes and boulder problems on mostly good sandstone. It is an historic area, with a tradition of climbing dating back to the 1950s. Sehome Hill has been the starting point for many climbers, including Chuck Pratt, a Bellingham high schooler [...]

Sehome Hill2018-04-20T16:26:27-07:00

Larrabee State Park

Although Larrabee State Park has a few sandy lead routes, beachside bouldering is what it’s all about. The rock is a soft Chuckanut sandstone that ranges from good to decomposed. At its best, it offers interesting climbing on edges, slopers, and wave-sculpted huecos. A gorgeous setting makes up for any shortcomings of the rock, and [...]

Larrabee State Park2018-04-20T16:26:36-07:00
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