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jono


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climbing in pullman, WA
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i am moving to WSU and dont know of any places to clinb around there.
can anyone help me out??


rollingstone


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Check with the WSU Outdoor Club or the WSU Alpine Club. You may have to go to Idaho to the Clearwater area, Spokane to Minnehaha Bouldering Area, or as far as Leavenworth (which is what we did back in the day...)
Mick, Cougs '76.


whitetyger81


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The nearest place is Granite Point. About a 35 minute drive from WSU. The best place is Post Falls. A two hour drive. Look for a book called Inland Northwest Rockclimbs. Has all the climbing around Spokane. You can find it at Hyperspud in Moscow.


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