Exit 38

Trip

Stewardship - Exit 38

Join Washington Climbers Coalition and other partners for a day of stewardship at Exit 38 Far Side. This is part of a larger collaboration this year with WA State DNR to reroute and improve the Dirty Harry trail, the Far Side approach trail.

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  • *Varies*
  • For Beginners (Getting Started Series)
  • Mileage: 2.0 mi

9:00am at the Exit 38 parking area. (Get off I-90 at Exit 38 and follow the frontage road east past the Deception Crag parking for roughly two miles. After crossing under I-90, park at a large pullout under a high voltage line just before reaching an access gate.)

Come join the Washington Climbers CoalitionAccess Fund Conservation Team, WA DNR, and the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust for trail work at Exit 38 Farside Crags.

To volunteer for this project please sign up with the Greenway:

http://mtsgreenway.org/volunteer/sites-and-opportunities/exit-38-climbing-area-far-side/adopt-a-crag-on-exit-38

Work will focus on rerouting the first half mile of the trail up to the climbing areas. We look forward to seeing everyone at the Farside Crag parking area on June 20th!

This project is in partnership with The MountaineersPro Guiding Service,American Alpine Club - Cascade SectionVertical World SeattleStone Gardens SeattleThe Seattle Bouldering Project, and Washington Trails Association. Day of this event, WTA will be working on the upper portion of the trail. 

This event qualifies for stewardship credit!

For more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1624948267718798/

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participants will earn:

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Roster
Required Equipment

Required Equipment

The Ten Essentials

Tools, and helmets are provided. We recommend bringing your own gloves if you have them, and eye protection. Boots or heavy-duty approach shoes are required. 

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