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Edlinger

Deep Creek Spokane?

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I have a close relative that lives about 20 minutes from the crag. I was thinking about checking it out. Is it as bad as some of my friends have said? I heard it totally sucks and has some really soft ratings (coming from a 5.14 climber) I know. Anyone care to chime in? I'll probably check it out for myself regardless.

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Try McClellan instead. I know nothing about it , though Beau went there and said it was awesome. Message me when you are in town and the weather is good, I am close enough to join you,W

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Deep CReek doesn't suck. There are a lot of very fun, steep routes. Being a sport area there is a certain amount of reinforced holds and what not, but if you like steep, pumpy climbing the place is sweet.

 

That said, McClellan is my personal favorite in town. Tons of great bouldering and sport climbing, and a good selection of tough trad lines. Wish I didn't have to work this Wednesday...

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