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Mar 21, 2014
This page could use a little updating for newer routes and overall clarity. A lot of the area's routes only list them alphabetically, and are missing some of the routes. Adding more information to be able to use the Left to Right tool would make some of these areas that have a lot of routes close together more discernible. This page is already 70% there compared to the local guide book (which is already out of date). If the trouble has been taken to put this information on the web, might as well update and refine it.
Also, I'm pretty sure its "Q'Emiln" not "Q'Emlin"
Jul 8, 2014
The "official" name is Q'emiln (rapids, whitewater) which marks an ancient salmon spearing site at the nearby Post Falls --- but anytime you try to express a native american word in roman text it's a craspshoot.
The local guide is out of print -- it was just too expensive -- but there is an excellent state-of-the-art, online version at www.postfallsidaho.org/prparks.html
There's phone reception most places in the park so you can smart phone it on the spot --- or download for free if you wish. Enjoy..........
Jul 10, 2014
|This was a great climb, easy approach, great location and solid anchors. You can walk up to the top of the walls and set up rappelling or a top rope if you don't want to lead climb. Really enjoyed it, happy we found it!|
Jul 18, 2014
|How are the crowds here? Do people climb here enough so that it would be likely to meet partners by just showing up in the parking area? I'm here for a month, I have a rope and a rack but no partners yet.|