A sunny,exposed SW facing crag with very good quality rock. Good choice for a first time lead. Most routes are well bolted.
Park at the pullout just after MP 18. Walk up the road to the smaller gully which is just before the point where the rock meets the road. A steep, somewhat awkward ascent brings you to the base of the crag. Traverse left and through a gap in the rocks to find the routes. Approach time 5-10 mins.
5 Total Routes
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|By Jerry Cagle|
From: Tucson, AZ
Feb 19, 2007
The rock here is bullet hard, and the holds are different from most Lemmon crags, i.e. sharply incut. Climbing these routes in stiff-soled hiking boots will add a level of interest, esp. on the upper section of GumButtress.
From: Tucson, Az
Aug 12, 2007
Yes. Or at least as far as I know. The Coronado National Forest website says all of Barnum Rock, and the Gumby Wall is part of Barnum Rock. Maybe someone should add the "access issues" note to this area.
|By Jon Ruland|
From: Tucson, AZ
Sep 13, 2007
before attempting the gumby wall all climbers are required to view this short video:
Nov 18, 2007
Gumby is a baaaaad man!
Nov 12, 2008
There's a route that climbs the East facing wall to the right of Gumbuttress; at least there are four bolts on the upper section of this wall. Does anyone have information about this route?
|By Chris Wenker|
From: Santa Fe
Dec 13, 2008
hee hee; is G's holster belt slipping a little low in the back at 3:53-4:01?