Peshastin Pinnacles State Park

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 desert park is famous for its pinnacles of sandstone slabs and spires reaching 200 feet high. Hikers and climbers are rewarded with sweeping views of the Cascade Mountains and the Wenatchee River valley.
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Picnic & Day-Use Facilities
The park provides five unsheltered picnic tables and two vault toilets. Park visitors should bring their own water to the park. Alcoholic beverages are permitted in the picnic area but prohibited in the parking lot and climbing area.

Potable water supply is not available in the park, so visitors are urged to bring their own water.
 
Activities
Trails
  • 1.5 miles of hiking trails
Other Activities & Features
  • Bird watching
  • Rock climbing
  • Wildlife viewing
 
Additional Information
  • The park offers a mile and a half of steep hiking trail. For rock climbers, slabs and spires vary from easy to difficult and require rock-climbing equipment.
  • To prevent trail erosion, please stay on designated trails and avoid cutting the switchbacks and banks. The trails are for hiking only.
  • Bikes are not permitted in the park.
  • No bolting or drilling is allowed. Climbers must be off the rocks one-half hour before the park closes, which varies daily and is posted at the entrance to the climbing area. Citations will be issued, as this rule is strictly enforced.
  • Alcohol is prohibited in climbing and parking areas.