The Olympic National Park covers over 2,000 square miles of rugged, and mostly remote and glaciated wilderness that can only be accessed on foot. Numerous crags of varying
character and difficulty level line the edge of the wilderness - dotted along the coast line. What makes the peninsula unique is it remoteness that gives it sense of serenity - you're
likely to have the whole place to yourself, (and your guide of course). It being in a rain forest, the weather keeps most climbers at bay much of the year, but come summer
time the whole park is full of lush green foliage and wildlife. Come climb for the day or camp out overnight before or after your climb at one of the parks many campsites and even enjoy
the locally caught seafood - it's as fresh as it gets!
The Methow Valley is nestled in the North Cascades just east of Washington Pass. It boasts some of the best single and best multi-pitch sport climbing in Washington State. Not to mention, world class mountain biking and cross-country skiing trails, that make this adventure hot-spot an exciting destination all year round! The town of Mazama, where the highest concentration of the climbing is located, is a gem of it's own. The friendly people, and outdoorsy and healthy atmosphere are sure to keep you coming back again and again. Our seasoned guides know all the ins and outs of the whole area, and provide a wealth of knowledge, safety, and adventure to ensure your experience is as grand as the Methow Valley it's self.
Frenchman's Coulee is one of Washington's great winter crags. The half-mile long 100' high columnar basalt wall, is southern facing and such - it absorbs a lot of solar energy. Appropriately
named "sunshine wall," temperatures at this part of the coulee can get up to the 70's even in the middle of winter, radiating warmth all day long and making this the number 1 winter rock
climbing destination in the state. The wide open desert-like terrain, and unique looking geological formations create quite a change of scenery and sometimes leave you feeling as though
you're on another planet. The majority of routes stick to the faces of the columns and span the whole spectrum of difficulty from 5.5 - 5.12+. With over 1,000 documented route in the
coulee, there is plenty of adventure for everyone and our experienced guides will make sure you experience the best of it.
Close to Mount Rainier, Crystal Mountain Resort, and home to several white water rafting companies, this adventure mecca boast a great atmosphere of fun and adventure.
The Tieton crags span a twenty-mile stretch of the Tieton River, which flows from the beautiful Rimrock lake on the east slopes of the south Cascades. Most of the crags are columnar
andesite, and are part of a fifty-mile lava flow from the Goat Rocks volcano. By some sources it is the world's longest andesite flow. With over 400 routes in mixed terrain of desert and
thin forest, this crag makes a popular climbing destination all year round.