- HOW TO GO
Rock Climbing in Frenchman Coulee Climb, Wenatchee, Washington USA
Frenchman Coulee Climb is located just across the Columbia River, near George Town, at about an hour away from Wenatchee. The rocks have multiple zones of basalt cliffs, with over than 700 sport routes. The top elevation of the cliff is at 1200 ft/365 m and is perfect for climbing, all year round.
The skill level required for this climb is in grade 1, class 5.7. The best solid parts for rock climbing is where the rocks are steep and wet. Close to the top of the cliff, the rocks are getting looser and this is why many of the routes don’t go all the way up.
For a newcomer, Frenchman Coulee can be hard to figure out, where to climb and which route to follow. It is a popular destination for rock climbers with many exciting routes to follow and many more to be discovered. You will need a standard rack with you and you are set to climb and descent almost all the routes.
How to Get to Destination
From downtown Seattle, not far from the airport, the King Street Train Station is a perfect way to get to Wenatchee. The station offers an enclosed waiting area, with restrooms, ATM and a ticket office. It is located at 303 South Jackson Street.
If you are interested in trying out this amazing sport in this spot press the request button so as to give you more information and prices.