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brionifitch

Darrington access pass?

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I think Ben's right.

 

If you are going to Exfoliation Dome you'll be parking on the 2060.

 

I've been working to keep parking options open there for 25 years. If you are going to 3:00 Rock you'll be parking on the 2065.

 

In either case, I don't think you need a pass.

 

The roads are only open because of climbers' advocacy. Consider supporting the Washington Climbers Coalition and the Access Fund.

 

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And volunteer to help keep it nice:

 

 

DARRINGTON ADOPT A CRAG

https://www.facebook.com/events/883142025148804/

 

When: Sat Jun 04, 2016

Where: Darrington, WA

 

The Mountaineers, led by the Everett Lookout & Trail Maintenance Committee, is organizing a stewardship day on the Eight Mile trail and at Three O'Clock Rock in partnership with the US Forest Service and Washington Climbers Coalition. Space is limited so registration is highly encouraged at https://www.mountaineers.org/explore/activities/stewardship-darrington-area-1 (non-members will need to create a free, simple account log-in to register). Mountaineers members and the greater climbing community are invited to give back to this beautiful granite climbing area on National Trails Day. Contact Katherine with questions at katherineh@mountaineers.org.

 

 

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