Bright Angel Walls Rock Climbing
Lower Flailing Wall
Climbing Season For the Northern Arizona area.
Weather station 10.4 miles from here
32 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',7],['1 Star',3],['Bomb',20]
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Featured Route For Bright Angel Walls
Rip Off 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c AZ
: Northern Arizona
: ... : Wailing Wall
This climb is on a formation with four climbs on it. Look for an easy slab on the left, a crack on the right, and a steep face in the middle with two side by side sport routes. Rip off is the left of the two sport routes.Start on the lowest band, and mantle a small ledge. Clip a bolt and continue climbing straight up clipping two more bolts. When you reach the last bolt, make a crux move left then up onto a slabby, unprotected top out with large knobs. Every move on this climb is harder than...[more] Browse More Classics in AZ
A little west facing bouldering cave located on th...
The Bright Angel Walls are located along the top l...
The Wailing Wall - Slanted Roof.
Lower Flailing Wall with Zoroaster Temple in the b...
May 11, 2015
Ok...I am not usually a kill joy but this place...sucks. My girlfriend and I were visiting the Grand Canyon and thought we would climb in this area. The climbs are choss. Loose stuff all over the place along with lots of rock on top of each climb. You will rain down rock on your partner when you top off. Not sure why anyone would want to climb roof right and left. The sport climbs to the right of these look loose and the first bolt is about 15 feet up with sketchy belay for your partner. I am usually up for climbing anything but this place is something to skip. Enjoy the canyon instead. Oh...there is a nice boulder problem at the start of the trail. Otherwise stop and go no further.
From: Joshua Tree, California
Oct 22, 2015
i have climbed here as well. Yeah, there is loose stuff, but if you are careful, you can have a blast here. The climbing is ususual, as you are climbing on limestone that has ocean creature fossils embedded into the rock. Some of the climbing is "sporty" for sport climbing....so lead or top rope or do whatever you feel comfortable with. The climbing is steep, pretty fun, a bit heads up, and the scenery is top shelf. Overall, ....we had a great day of cragging!....but you do have to be careful and savy here.