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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
map & directions

Mon-Fri 10-8
Sat 10-6 | Sun 11-5

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2015 Events Schedule   scroll down for monthly schedule
Major upcoming events
National Geographic LIVE Feb 24 $33.50
Third Annual Nachtspektakel Feb 28 $20
February Download the February 2015 Schedule
Feb 24 National Geographic LIVE 7 pm $33.50
Grizzlies, Piranhas and man eating pigs. From being chased by angry and hungry animals to dancing with rattlesnakes to surviving multiple traffic accidents in far-flung places, photographer Joel Sartore has repeatedly put himself at risk to get the story. He’s suffered infection by a flesh-eating parasite, and recently experienced a Marburg virus scare (bat guano!) that caused the CDC to airlift him from assignment and quarantine him for three weeks. Why subject yourself to this? Simply put, to document endangered species and incredible landscapes that show a world well worth saving. Joel’s recent assignments have taken him to East Africa’s Albertine Rift, where abundant wildlife competes with an exploding human population, and to zoos aroundthe world to photograph the planet’s entire spectrum of endangered species for his ongoing Biodiversity Project. Find out what being a National Geographic photographer is really like from someone who has paved the way—and reaped the rewards. At the INB Performing Arts Center. Tickets available at Mountain Gear, 2002 N Division, Spokane.
Feb 28 Nachtspektakel 4 pm $20
Translated from the German, Nachtspektakel (knocked-shpeck-tockle) means a "night spectacular." It's a traditional European ski event which bonds people through the sport of ski touring. These gatherings are catching on in the states and combine skiing, beer, and food. Spend a Friday night meeting like-minded people at Mt Spokane! Space is limited; for more information call 509-325-9000 Tickets are required and can be purchased online at Equipment may be rented from the Mountain Gear store, but is limited to quantity available.
March 27-29 Red Rock Rendezvous - Varies
Join us for America's best climbing festival outside of Las Vegas, NV! Since our first Rendezvous in 2003, we’ve shared our love of climbing with thousands of participants from across the country and around the world. If you’ve never climbed before, we’ll teach you how. If you already climb, our specialized clinics can help you explore more advanced facets of the sport. No matter your experience, our staff of climbers, guides, and pro-athletes instruct in a safe, supportive setting where you’ll make new friends and climbing partners. When you’re not on the rock, you can join the fun festival atmosphere at Friday night’s kick-off party, the Saturday night buffet and dance party, and the Sunday morning pancake breakfast. To register or learn more, go to
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