Peannacle Wall Rock Climbing
|GPS:||47.438, -121.682 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Tom Bath on Nov 3, 2009|
|Admins:||Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Nate Ball|
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DescriptionAn airy crag with great views and several aspects so the climber can cclimb in the shade or sun depending on the weather.
15 climbs ranging from 5.8 to 5.11d.
Getting ThereFrom the parking lot take the trail closest to the restroom. Go uphill and take a right onto a gravel road. This joins up with another gravel road (keep going straight, don't take the hairpin turn). After a few minutes, you will see two trails leading into the forest--take the second one. Someone carved Mt WA into the right hand tree so you won't miss it. This is trail that takes you to the Bob's Wall area and you will pass a few crags along the way.
Close to the end of your hike is a fork in the trail. There is a tree with a sign (newish piece of wood installed in 2017) nailed to it about face height. The wood sign says Mt WA and points to your right. The tree also has a black P carved into it about a foot off the ground, and this arrow pointing left. Take this left fork and follow it to the second turnoff. Take this turnoff uphill and over some fallen tree trunks to reach Peannacle (should just be a couple of minutes from this point). You can go past Peannacle to access the Lost Resort area.
Classic Climbing Routes at Peannacle Wall
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