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|Submitted By:||JJ Schlick on Apr 24, 2012|
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By manuel rangel
From: Tempe, Arizona
May 1, 2012
|Looks awesome JJ! Great climbing and a beautiful area; what more do you want? Thanks for your hard work.|
From: Flagstaff AZ
Dec 17, 2014
|Looking to explore Chevelon Canyon but the lack of route info is disconcerting. Heard through a local that there used to be a dozen or so routes posted on here but they have since disappeared. Is there an access issue or just one of those "secret" areas? I'm down for adventure just point us in the right direction...looks like south of the Mclaws bridge there are some serious cliff bands, and water... Access from the east on Bell Cow rd looks promising?|
By Pat Mac
Jan 19, 2015
|J.McTavish. There are tons of routes out there. The Flagstaff folks had a lot of info up. Then it was taken down. I have been an AZ local for quite sometime now and I have never been there. I just don't know where to go.|
By Doc Foster
Jan 9, 2016
|I am hoping to visit this area in late May or June. Is this area open for exploration or only guided tours through the Ranch? Any suggestions would be welcome.|
From: Durango, CO
Feb 24, 2016
I just did a 2-day selfsupport kayak trip down the canyon from approximately 18miles upstream of the climbing area.
Super sick spot with epic climbs. Many bolted routes with bomber bolts and chain anchors (did I say many????) I also noticed two fixed lines as rap stations.
Who ever is responsible for developing this area...Wow!!! Nice job. I'm definitely going back this late spring/early summer. It'll be THE spot for a bit as I explore what's available.
Please pay close attention to the canyon walls as there is rock art everywhere. Do not climbing on these locations.
By Chas Robles
From: Durango, CO
Mar 11, 2016
|I'm looking to take a group of Native youth to this area to do some exploring and climbing. We have been teaching them safe climbing practices, working towards a culmination trip, and this spot looks awesome to take them to! Can anyone send me information about the routes and directions to the area? Also, is camping allowed around the site?|