Post Falls, Idaho is where you will find the region’s easiest access to over 100 moderate climbs. Q’emiln Park (pronounced “Ka-Mee-Lin,” from the Native word meaning “Throat of the River”) boasts 78 acres with several rock routes ranging from 50-70 feet that can be easily conquered in an afternoon. With a beautiful scenic approach and only minutes from I-90, these fingertip friendly 5.5 – 5.11 crags offer a variety of the region’s best climbing and bouldering opportunities. To reach an easily accessible rock-climbing haven, follow the trail for just a few short minutes to the Q’emiln Walls.
“Hands down, Post Falls is the best 5.10 and below cragging area in the Inland Northwest!”
Marty Bland, author
From the guide book Inland Northwest Rockclimbs
Whether you’re new to rock climbing or a seasoned veteran, Post Falls’ diverse geography offers a playground of traditional, sport, top-rope and bouldering for all levels and ages. The cliffs are mostly hidden under the tree canopy near the rushing Spokane River, so it remains cool and shady throughout the summer. Perfect for advanced climbers and incredible fun for anyone interested in climbing for the first time.
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Refuel after an adventure with a stop at one of Post Falls’ local gastropubs or fine dining. Across the region, restaurants are making their culinary mark with both local and visiting foodies. Inspiring eateries feature a delicious range of options catering to carnivores and vegetarians alike.
Post Falls is also rightfully proud of its offerings of local breweries and distillers. Throughout town, along the river and nearby, are a variety of overnight accommodation options for modest budgets to resort lifestyles.
When you are ready … your next adventure begins here, in Post Falls!