Rock Climbing at Post Falls

Idaho Post Falls

Added by Roark Nelson

  • Easy access
  • 5 minute hike from the car
  • Wide range of skill levels
  • Beautiful scenery and trails

From the parking lot on the far west side of Q'emiln Park, you will see a well established trail heading west. Follow the trail for just a few minutes to reach a rock climbing heaven, with many different boulders and walls. There is plenty of rock to go around, and this is a nice place for people of any skill level to get in some laps on really accessible rock.

Pack List

  • Climbing harness
  • Climbing helmet
  • Carabiners
  • Quickdraws
  • Belay device
  • Climbing shoes
  • Climbing rope
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Rock Climbing

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Spring, Summer, Autumn



Easy Parking
Family Friendly
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How to Get There

10 months ago

Diverse and Accessible Climbing

During a weekend trip to Spokane, we drove out to this climbing twice. It's only 30 minutes from the city, and once parked, routes begin after just a short hike. There are exposed routes, shaded routes, good 5.7s up to 5.12s. Most of the routes you can even hike up to let a rope through to top rope if you're looking to challenge yourself with a bit more safety. If you're in the area, definitely check out this climbing.

10 months ago

Added by Roark Nelson

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