Peshastin Pinnacles

Located east of Leavenworth on Highway 2, Peshastin Pinnacles State Park is a 34-acre day-use park with rock climbing and 1.5 miles of steep hiking trails.

Getting There

Drive SR-2 to east of Leavenworth, ~4.5 miles east of the intersection of SR-2 and SR-97, turn left onto N Dryden Rd from SR-2. In a half mile, turn right into the parking area for Peshastin Pinnacles State Park.

CLIMBING AREAS & ROUTES

  • Dinosaur Tower
  • Sunset Slab
  • Austrian Slab
  • Sickle Slab
  • Martian Slab
  • Church Tower
  • Vulture Slab
  • Grand Central Tower
  • Orchard Rock

Notes

  • Guidebook: Leavenworth Rock, 4th ed by Viktor Kramer (2019).

INFORMATION FOR LEADERS

permits

The Mountaineers has a commercial use permit with Washington State Parks for all free and fee-based outings at state parks. Leaders should carry a print or digital copy of our  commercial use permit to show rangers they may encounter. 

  • Difficulty: Crag Rock Climb, *Varies*, Strenuous 3, Technical 2
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