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Washington Pass and Liberty Bell

With abun­dant gran­ite and impec­ca­ble alpine ambi­ence, Wash­ing­ton Pass has become the cen­ter for alpine rock climb­ing in the state of Wash­ing­ton. Join us and dis­cov­er why climbs here have achieved clas­sic” sta­tus. From routes suit­able for first-time climbers to the extreme­ly dif­fi­cult Pas­sen­ger, Astro­man” of Wash­ing­ton Pass, the area has it all. Not only does it boast excel­lent rock and superb alpine ambi­ence, but ben­e­fits from its close prox­im­i­ty to the Methow Val­ley and the small moun­tain towns of Maza­ma and Winthrop – a mere 30 min­utes to the east. 

The Methow is a great place for fam­i­lies, with great swim­ming, and mel­low camp­ing — or a stay in one of the many VRBO cabin/​houses in the area. Com­bine long days of climb­ing on impec­ca­ble gran­ite, with din­ner in town, a qui­et night under the stars, or in the com­fort of a cozy cab­in and you have what could be a per­fect recipe for a rock climb­ing getaway.

The routes list­ed below rep­re­sent only a frac­tion of the pos­si­bil­i­ties. Whether it’s your first mul­ti-pitch climb out­side, or an ascent at your tech­ni­cal or phys­i­cal lim­it, we can make it hap­pen with you at Wash­ing­ton Pass!

These climbs are all done on a cus­tom basis.