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aclimbinfool


Feb 29, 2008, 5:29 AM
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going to washington state in a couple of months. just wanted someone to give me the 411 on good TRAd in Washington state.
I've climbed at seneca, gunks, new river gorge, t-wall, the red and everywhere in NC.
Looking to have fun but also want to get into some rad cracks.
can lead 11


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One word:

Index

Two words:

Midnight Rock


aclimbinfool


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one word

thanks

wait thats six


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http://www.washingtonclimbers.org/Climbing/
http://www.climbingwashington.com/classics/

Index is the place to be...high concentration of classic and stiffly rated 10's and 11's. Leavenworth has more moderates and Washington pass has accessible alpine climbing. There are some basalt areas too if that is your thing.

Squamish and Smith Rocks (smith is more sport) are both weekend-able.


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