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Rock Climbing in Prusik Peak: Stanley-Burgner Route, Wenatchee, Washington USA
Prusik Peak is located at the Stuart Range of the Cascades and is one of the most amazing peaks of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. It is considered to be a classic alpine rock climb in Washington State. Stanley-Burgner Route is one of the finest alpine climbs, with sustained and varied rock climbing.
The route offers six high quality pitches on a vertical rock and goes up on the South face of the peak. The top elevation of the mountain is at 8000 ft/2438 m and is suitable for climbing from April to October. The skill level required for this climb is grade III, class 5,9+. It can be combined with a two or three day adventure as part of a tour of the Enchantment Lakes.
Climbers can reach the peak in one day but a very good physical condition is essential. Once you reach the top, the view of the Enchantment Peaks and the Alpine Lakes, is amazing. If you visit Prusik Peak in early season, you will need an ice axe. Take a 196 ft/60 m rope, slings and a small rack with you.
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.
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