Photos: Deception Pass Rock Climbing

Deception Pass State Park is one of many scenic areas to explore on a trip to Washington State.  Appealing to tourists and locals alike, this scenic area is filled with 77,000 feet of shoreline leading to the water and 4,134 acres of marine and forest life.  Deception Pass itself is a large strait in northwest Washington, a couple hours north of Seattle, that separates Whidbey Island from Fidalgo Island.  Typically, visitors to Deception Pass focus their attention on the beach’s shoreline or on the landmark two-lane bridge. However, wandering further along the shore below the bridge provides for many opportunities to (casually) rock climb and explore the natural debris that washes ashore.  Check out photos from an impromptu rock climbing session at the shore of Deception Bay, as well as some stunning sunset photos.

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Suzi Pratt is a Seattle event and food photographer available for hire. She is also a contributing writer at Digital Photography School and runs a blog teaching others how to start a photography business.
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