Peshastin Pinnacles State Park Rock Climbing
Peshastin Pinnacles. Photo by Todd Gordon.
Peshastin Pinnacles is a group of sandstone towers and slabs an a hillside over looking the beautiful orchards of the Wenatchee River Valley, east of Leavenworth.
This park is closed in Winter.
There are some cracks, but most of the climbing is on slabs.
Check Park Rules at the kiosk, at the picnic area.
This area can get pretty hot during the summer months.
This area is located just west of Cashmere. Take North Dryden Road to the parking area.
Climbing Season For the Central-East Cascades, Wenatchee, & Leavenworth area.
Weather station 8.0 miles from here
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By Daniel Bookless
From: Portland, OR
May 30, 2016
This place has the aesthetics, and a moderately drier climate than Icicle or Tumwater, however, I would say stick to the Amazing Granite that Leavenworth offers. The sandstone here is crumbly and disconcerting.