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Mountain Gear Spokane
Welcome to
the Mountain Gear
Spokane store
With savings of just $3,000, Paul Fish invested in a sewing machine and a $600.00 van. With these tools, he started Mountain Gear and soon opened a retail store in downtown Spokane. Business was good and when Paul needed more space, he moved to a former Chuckwagon Buffet restaurant. Since that time, Mountain Gear has enjoyed great success as an online retailer, but our storefront is still a fixture for human powered adventurers from all over the Northwest and the world. With a passionate, experienced staff that teaches classes in climbing, kayaking, backcountry cooking, and more, Mountain Gear has helped thousands of people to find their adventure.

Mountain Gear is a
full-service shop offering:
•Ski, snowshoes, kayak & canoe rental
•Custom boot, pack & insole fitting
•Expedition consulting
•Repair service
•Classes & demos
•Textile recycling
2002 N Division
Spokane, WA 99207
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Mon-Fri 10-8
Sat 10-6 | Sun 11-5

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2016 Events Schedule   scroll down for monthly schedule
Major upcoming events
Reel Paddling Film Fest April 13 $10
Nat Geo Live! April 19 $29.50
Spokane River Run April 17 varies
Wild & Scenic Film Festival April 28 $12
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April 13 Reel Paddling Film Festival 7 pm $10
Hosted by Spokane Canoe & Kayak Club, NW Whitewater Association & Mountain Gear, join us at Mountain Gear headquarters (6021 E Mansfield, Spokane Valley) for the Reel Paddling Film Festival World Tour, showcasing the very best paddling films since 2006. The World Tour screens this year's best paddling films in more than 120 cities around the world. You'll be inspired to explore rivers, lakes and oceans, push extremes, embrace the paddling lifestyle and appreciate the wild places. Tickets available for purchase at the Mountain Gear retail store, 2002 N Division, Spokane, or call 325-9000 for more info.
April 19 National Geographic Live! 7 pm $29.50
Come see Sufferfest2 hosted by climber and filmmaker Cedar Wright at the INB Performing Arts Center! Last year, Cedar Wright summited 45 rock towers, biked 700 miles through Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Arizona, and climbed and rappelled more than 12,000 vertical feet of rock. Wright called this agonizing journey and resulting film Sufferfest 2 - the sequel to a previous biking-and-climbing adventure in California, the film of which was a hit at the Banff Mountain Film Festival. But this was suffering with a purpose: to support a $40,000 Navajo Solar Project funded by Wright's partner, Alex Honnold. Share the laughter and spare yourself the blisters and bruises as happy road warrior Cedar Wright recounts his latest adventure. Save $12.00 per ticket when purchased at Mountain Gear! Student tickets also available with valid I.D.
April 17 Spokane River Run - Varies
Spokane's only LOCAL NONPROFIT trail run, the Spokane River Run, is an annual trail run held in Riverside State Park just outside of Spokane Washington. There are 5 different races ranging from 5k to 50k; the courses are made up primarily of single-track trail that wind through the thick pine forests of Riverside State Park between basalt cliffs and the roaring Spokane River. Spokane River Run is the primary fundraiser for the Garfield APPLE program, the event is completely staffed by volunteers and 100% of the funds raised go to the APPLE program and our non profit partners. To register or for more info, click HERE
April 28 Wild & Scenic Film Festival 6 pm $12
The Spokane Riverkeeper, Mountain Gear and Patagonia are thrilled to bring the Spokane community together for our 2nd Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival! Please join us for an array of environmental films, Riverkeeper IPA from River City Brewing, door prizes, and information from other community guests. This year, the event will also kick-off a new crowdfunding campaign to help us raise funds for an official Spokane Riverkeeper boat!

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival works with environmental groups across the globe to host the film festival as a way to outreach into their communities and bring together a diverse audience. The goal is to use film to inspire activism. SYRCL hopes to use the festival to increase a better community understanding of the connection we share with the planet and our role as stewards to keep it healthy for the next generations.

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival: South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) is a watershed advocacy group that was started in 1983 by a small group of concerned citizens who banded together to fight against several proposed dams. Wild & Scenic Film Festival is the largest film festival of its kind in the United States.

At the Garland Theatre, 924 West Garland Ave, Spokane. Tickets available HERE
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