Columbia Gorge
Crags in the Columbia Gorge including Ozone, Beacon Rock, OH8, Rooster Rock and Cliff's Cliff. 

Recommended Guidebooks:
Northwest Oregon Rock, Tim Olson
Ozone Cliffband, Micah Klesick and Elmo Mecsko (Rakkup app)
Access: Paved road
Approach: 5 minutes
Orientation: South, tree canopy provides shade.

A large crag located a few miles east of Washougal in Washington. Includes the crags of Ozone, Dropzone and Stratosphere. Includes a large number of routes covering a range of grades. Includes many trad and mixed protection routes.
Beacon Rock
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Access: Paved road
Approach: 5 minutes
Orientation: Primarily south facing, limited shade on upper pitches.

The iconic monolith located in Skamania County, WA. Beacon Rock offers excellent opportunities for multi-pitch climbing with fantastic views of the Columbia River. Please note seasonal closures for falcon nesting.
Access: Paved road
Approach: <5 minutes
Orientation: Southwest, early morning shade.

A sunny crag located east of Bingen, WA. Most routes require at lease some traditional protection. 
Rooster Rock
Access: Paved road
Approach: 10 minutes
Orientation: Primarily south facing

A small pinnicle located at the west end of Rooster Rock State Park offers and easy two-pitch outing to a nice summit overlooking the Columbia River.
Cliff's Cliff
Access: Gravel road
Approach: 15 minutes
Orientation: West, morning shade.

A small, backcountry crag located north of Stevenson, WA. Fun climbing in an isolated setting.