The large slabs just below the highest of the domes visible from the road.
Slab climbing abounds here. There is also great potential for sport climbing development on the steep face at the bottom.
Bring a large brush if you plan on climbing these routes. They are mossy, but the rock is very featured. Many knobs and dishes.
From the parking lot, head east along the road to the large clearing. You can't miss the Apron. Bushwhack in to the base, and scramble up to the slabs on either the left or the right side of the steep face. The scrambling is mostly 3rd class.
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Featured Route For The Apron
Unknown 5.8- 5b 16 VI- 14 VS 4c WA
: Northeast Corner & Spokane
: ... : The Apron
This may or may not be a new route in this area. I could not find any info on it. We cleaned a ton of dirt and vegetation out of this crack. There was a bolted line very close to this route, but it seemed to diverge about 1/3 of the way up. In its current state it is probably worth 2 stars, but it will improve with more ascents. The crux is short, and no harder than 5.8. The rest of the route is 5.6, and all of it is well-protected.Climb a continuous crack just above the left edge of the s...[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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