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hikerwa

phoenix area climbing

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If any one has any groovy climbing areas other than queens canyon around phoenix, I would be much obliged for any info. I'm headin' down south for a few days and am lookin' to do some climbin'.

 

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Sean [HORSECOCK]

 

[ 08-15-2002, 09:19 PM: Message edited by: hikerwa ]

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my only beta is to "take da monk' [big Grin] have a good trip bro and dont let the MAN get ya down...you know hwat i'm talking about... [Wink]

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travel on down to tuscon, check out mt.lemmon for good routes, also check out any of the canyons northeast of town. good bouldering around the reddington pass area. keep an eye out for decaying logs, some have a nice little fungus growing on them.

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There's a lot of climbing in and around Phoenix --Pinnacle peak (lots of sandbags), McDowell mtns, Camel mtn., . . . But it's hotter than hell in Phoenix in August. Even at night. The not-so-secret of summer-time Arizona climbing is to go high. I'd suggest either making a drive south to climb at elevation on Mt. Lemmon (the Reef of Rock, Rappel rock, the Ravens, or the Fortress), or drive north to climb at Paradise Forks, Oak Creek Canyon, Jacks Canyon, Winslow canyon, Granite mtn (might be closed?), or the Dells. These places are within a couple hours driving from Phoenix.

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