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Elevation: 2,314 ft
GPS: 47.638, -117.374 Google Map · Climbing Map
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Shared By: Scott Coldiron on Oct 30, 2017
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Nate Ball, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

Description

Spokane’s new dry-tooling area! 60 feet of sweet overhanging basalt right in the middle of Spokane. Conrad Anker climbed here and was amazed at how good the rock was for dry tooling. The current routes are stiff M6 and M7, but easier routes are on the way.

Getting There

It’s probably easiest to follow the map location your first time out. The parking lot is not well-marked. Take Perry St. south to 18th, turn left. (This becomes Southeasy Blvd.) At .5 miles, look for a parking lot in the trees on the left. Take the paved path right fork. When it forks again, go left for the top of the cliff, or right to get to the base. It’s about 400 ft. past the fork in the trail.

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Classic Climbing Routes at Linkin Park

Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
M6
Minutes to Midnight
Sport, TR, Mixed
M7
A Thousand Suns
Sport, TR, Mixed
M6
Living Things
TR, Mixed
Route Name Location Star Rating Difficulty Date
Minutes to Midnight M6 Sport, TR, Mixed
A Thousand Suns M7 Sport, TR, Mixed
Living Things M6 TR, Mixed
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Nick Sweeney
Spokane, WA
Nick Sweeney   Spokane, WA
Thanks for your work Scott! Oct 31, 2017

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