- Climb one of the Peshastin Pinnacles and experience the beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and orchards
- Take an easy walk around the periphery of the park to see the beautiful sandstone slabs and desert like flora
What can I see and do at Peshastin Pinnacles State Park?
- Hiking: Within the Peshastin Pinnacles State Park are 1.5 miles of hiking trails that lead you around the periphery of the park for views of the pinnacles and local orchards.
- Climbing: This 34 acre park is home to the Peshastin Pinnacles, a group of sandstone slabs and spires that provide a variety of climbing routes. Some of these climbing sections include the Australian Slab, Martian Tower and Slabs, and Orchard Rock.
- Wildlife Viewing: At the Peshastin Pinnacles State Park Washington you will be able to see bears, bobcats, chipmunks, coyotes, deer, rabbits, raccoons, skunks, owls, hawks, eagles and woodpeckers.
Where is the Peshastin Pinnacles State Park?
To get to Peshastin Pinnacles State Park WA from Leavenworth take US 2 east, turn left on North Dryden Rd., and follow signs to park. It is about a 10 mile trip.
When is the Peshastin Pinnacles State Park open?
The park is open during the summer from 6:30 am to dusk and closed from November 15 to March 15.
How much does visiting the Peshastin Pinnacles State Park cost?
To park at the Peshastin Pinnacles State Park you will need a Discovery Pass, costing $10 for a day pass or $30 for an annual.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For more information please call (360) 902-8684.