Infinite Bliss is a 23-pitch bolted rock climbing route in a beautiful setting ranging in difficulty from 5.6 to 5.10. While it is bolted, the impressive length of this climb makes it a serious endeavor and a fun adventure. It is located up the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River outside of North Bend, WA. This climb is offered every day of the climbing season.
Infinite Bliss is a bolt-protected slab climb with intermittent steep face climbing (especially the last 5 pitches), but it is not a true sport route. This climb blurs the lines between a big wall climb, a sport route, and an alpine rock route. It is potentially the longest bolted climb in the US and Canada, and its length requires speed and efficiency.
Located right here in our backyard - the beautiful Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie Valley - Infinite Bliss is a great test of one's climbing efficiency and an unforgettable adventure.
Important booking information: Please click the "Book Now" button above to book any date you'd like. However, booking through our website does not guarantee that a guide will be available on the date you choose. If we do not have a guide available on the date you choose we will contact you to arrange a different date. If you book at least 2 weeks out it is likely that we will have a guide available. If you would like to ensure the date is available prior to booking, please call us at 425-888-6397x2.
Advertised price based on 2 climbers per guide. Please call/email for pricing for a single climber.
Pitches 1-7 involve easy, low-angle slab climbing
Pitches 8-12 the rock begins to steepen
Pitches 13-18 involve fairly easy climbing on decent slightly polished rock
Pitches 19-23 are the hardest, including 2 pitches of 5.10