The climbing area traditionally called "Darrington" is a collection of granite domes in the Clear Creek and Squire Creek drainages south of the town of Darrington. Which feature multiple pitch routes on generally clean granite with many leading to a summit. Bolt protection is common but traditional gear is generally required.
Other climbing opportunities in the area include the "D-Ton Boulders", in the White Chuck River drainage about twelve miles southeast of town, and a crag and some boulders on the south slope of Spring Mountain, about eighteen miles southeast of town.
Information on D-Ton Boulders, Spring Mountain, and climbing in Clear Creek (Green Giant Buttress, Three O'Clock Rock, Exfoliation Dome, and Squire Creek Wall) is available on Mountain Project.
A PDF guide is downloadable at www.mattsea.com/Darr.
Prime time climbing season is August.