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Steep Basalt Climbing with Brett Jessen

 
Steep Basalt Climbing with Brett Jessen
Steep Basalt Climbing with Brett Jessen
Steep Basalt Climbing with Brett Jessen
Steep Basalt Climbing with Brett Jessen
 
September 09, 2010 -  Brett Jessen    
 

Deep Creek is located about fifteen minutes from Spokane, WA and features Steep Climbing from 5.11 to 5.14b/c.

This area is a little bit of Sport climbing heaven due to the Sandy landings and steep lines. The most common sound heard at Deep Creek is the echo of the deep power endurance pump. This crag offers a unique style of basalt climbing. If you ever get the chance to check out this gem you should stop in and crush out some ultra classic 12's and 13's.

 

Coming soon- Limestone in Eastern Washington.

Cheers

Brett Jessen

 

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