The majority of the routes are on a SE facing aspect, and will receive a few hours of shade later in the day, however for the most part this is an early spring and late fall crag. The main wall cant be missed, its the largest cliff band in the area. A rather steep but short approach train nicely marked with cairns can be followed to the cliff's bottom.
From the small parking lot below the cliff band, use a rather steep but short approach train nicely marked with cairns to the base of the Wet Wall, from here take a left at a trail junction to the base of the Main wall.
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3) Pork Sausage 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c WA : Northeast Corner & Spokane : ... : Main Wall
Belay up on small ledge. The route follows a unique steepvstrip of black rock, first arching left then continuing straight up. Utilize a very creative rest at the end of the black strip just prior to pulling over a bulge,it will be needed after pulling through the steep black streak.Regarded as the best 5.11a in Marty Bland's book Inland Northwest Rock Climbs ...[more] Browse More Classics in WA
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