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Large city park popular among hikers, mountain bikers, trail runners, kite flyers, etc. Although the bouldering is off the beaten track for non-climbers, lots of Flag locals come here just to get out of the house. Climbers are highly visible. Be cool.
From downtown Flagstaff: San Francisco north to Forest, turn right (east) and continue until just before the bridge. Turn left on Gemini (there will be signage for Buffalo Park). Follow Gemini past the USGS complex to the large parking lot for Buffalo Park. (No parking permit required)
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Buffalo Park:
Slab Problems V1-2 5 Boulder, 10'
The Prow V2 5+ Boulder, 12'
Flake V2 5+ Boulder, 13'
Centerpiece V2 5+ Boulder, 15'
Highball Face, Right Side V3 6A Boulder, 16'
Highball Face, Left Side V3 6A Boulder, 16'
Super Sloper or Left Face V3 6A Boulder, 18'
Community Service V4 6B Boulder, 12'
Double Dip Right V4 6B Boulder, 10'
Block Arete V4 6B Boulder, 15'
Commando V4 6B Boulder, 10'
Block Roof V6 7A PG13 Boulder, 12'
Willful Unconsciousness V6-7 7A+ Boulder, 12'
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Block Arete V4 6B AZ : Northern Arizona : ... : Buffalo Park
Start on good holds and grab a jug beneath the roof, then reach over the nose to your choice of crimps and work your feet to reach a small but good incut. After the incut, jugs abound, but the topout is blessed with a miserable rocky landing. ...[more] Browse More Classics in AZ
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