Fidalgo Island high point. A really cool spot!
Been up many times. A nice place to climb some rocks.
Went to Sugarloaf and Erie on a dark and gloomy day while hiking in Deception Pass State Park and other areas.
Rather sketchy descent on the wet moss-covered road. tires slipped a few times.
Did several routes on the crack wall and powerline wall. Great views from the top, definitely an introductory day to the rock and true sport only climbing. Fun times, good people!
Lost count of how many times I've gone cragging up this peak.
Climbed around with gimpilator leading on Trad to sport from 5.2 to 5.9 and we finished up with my first lead on a sport pitch. Another 70+ degree day. Excellent view of the sound and good rock. Excellent place to practice.
Good one for the wife to join me.
Did this peak to get in a Washington summit. Really beautiful forest...lush. Lovely views.
Have been up here several times, most recently for S+R rope rescue class.
With Lillian and Sean. The Anacortes Land Trust trail system is amazing! Clear view of Rainier from top at 112 miles away.
Rainy day with the gear in the car, turned sunny up north. A "let's just see" turned into a very long day of really fun climbing. Tuckered and sunburned at the end. Nice!
I took my wife up zig zag for our second date a couple years ago and then proposed to her from the ledge where the 'snag' is last summer. This is one my favorite routes.
Climbed Zig Zag with Wayne Wallace, first time climbing outside. I had a great teacher to give me pointers!
Nice hike up to the top. Havent had the chance to climb it yet but will once the rain and cold subside a bit.
Backyard crag. Thanks to Dallas Kloke for all the effort on behalf of climbers.
Many times by many routes. Thank you Dallas, we miss you.
Climbed here the last day of an alpinism course w/ AAI. Beautiful view of Puget Sound. Climbed Karate Crack and another couple easy routes.
There is some good cragging here. Views are amazing. Crowds are minimal.
Hiked up with my wife. We went up to the Sugarloaf View first and then took 215 to the road to pick up 26 to 216. Although an easy hike, the views were rewarding.