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ASU main campus  

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Submitted By: Mike on Jul 16, 2009






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Lots of fun stuff on campus. There is even a bolt protected roped route here! Discretion is advised.

Routes are listed for historical purposes only.

Getting There 

ASU campus is located in Tempe. Most routes are in the main square, located between Mill & Rural (east & west) and Veterans Way & Apache (north & south). See individual routes for specific locations.

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Weather station 2.1 miles from here

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By Braxtron
From: ...
Jul 18, 2009
Wouldn't staying low-key mean not posting this info on the internet?
By Mike
From: Phoenix
Aug 29, 2009
I disagree and feel that there is a place on MP.com for buildering, for both historical and recreational reasons. Check out the other buildering areas in other states listed in the database. However, if you feel differently then bring it up to the community. If the concensus is otherwise then I will gladly remove it from the database.

By Braxtron
From: ...
Oct 4, 2009
I never said that I don't think this belongs on MP.com. I was calling attention to the original description, which cautioned people to "stay low-key", which implies that the legality of climbing in this area is questionable, at best. As the description has been changed, this is no longer an issue.
By Pat Mac
From: Tempe
Jun 4, 2012
I think I have yet to see a bigger waste of time than this post. WOW......
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