Peshastin Pinnacles State Park is a 34-acre desert park featuring a group of sandstone slabs and spires called “the pinnacles.” Climbable spires reach 200 feet into the air. Rocks and trails provide views of surrounding orchards, the Enchantment Mountain Range, and the Wenatchee River valley. The park is named for its “pinnacles,” or unique sandstone formations, and for the town of Peshastin, located three miles away. The area has been popular for rock climbing since the 1960s. In 1986, land owners closed the pinnacles to climbers for liability reasons. Later, The Trust for Public Land, a non-profit group, purchased and developed the site, then sold it to State Parks.
Latest Trip Reports
Peshastin Pinnacles: Beautiful Picnic Spot
I knew this was a rock-climbing area, but last weekend when I was looking for a rest stop off Hwy 2 I found this also has nice picnic tables under the trees for an awesome lunch spot. An added bonus is to watch climbers scale these amazing rocks!
Response from Washington State Parks Foundation
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