This state park has some beautiful rock climbing routes in an accessible location, between Leavenworth and Wenatchee (so there are many other climbing opportunities nearby). It used to be private land, but it's now a park. Honor the park's history and its generous neighbors: Bring your most considerate behavior to this small gemlike environment. If you're not a climber, you... 更多
Hidden gem to get out of the car and stretch, climb into the rocks. We were the only ones there the day we stopped and it was clear so some great views.
Always good chance that you have good weather at the perhastin pinnacles State park anytime during the day is a great time to visit the mornings are special in the evenings are special for the Sun the trails are very easy to walk on just be warned that they are steep the rocks are awesome and their formations I suggest... 更多
If you are looking for a flat hike, look elsewhere... the trails here are smooth, but narrow and have a constant incline. Getting to the top will get your heart pumping, and you will be rewarded with spectacular views of the Cashmere area. If you don't have a walkimg stick, watch your footing on the way down, as gravity isn't... 更多
I thought there would be a lot more to the State Park, but it is basicly a dusty parking lot with a dusty trail you can use. Looks like people do some horse back riding there. I would like to go and hike, but there was nothing that made us want to even get out and look. Would be great... 更多
This was a very scenic hike, but the trails are not well marked. Not being from Washington, it surprised me that we had to pay to park, when we were the only ones there. But that is how it is in Washington state at places designated as state parks. The trails offer fabulous vistas of the area.
Even though it is a relatively small park, it is worth the trip to visit. Take the trail to the left at the split for a more gentle grade to the top for a good view.