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This is an excellent spot to find a large variety of bouldering in a concentrated area. It has the advantages of a short approach, it's low on the mountain so there is no fee to park and the temps are perfect for the winter though the canyon will be shady in the afternoon and it can get a little cool for some without the sun.
In the summer it's proven to be a great place to night boulder though I would be overly careful to look out for critters and double check any crack you stick your fingers into as I've seen all kinda of spiders and scorpions.
This is the first sharp turn on your way up Mount Lemmon, just after you pass the sign for Lemmon and the houses on the right there will be a long pull out on the right hand side, park there. If you see mile post 1 you have gone too far. Cross the road and pick up the trail on the left side of the guard rail.
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Go straight up starting in the crack half way up the center of the front side that cuts over to the right. It has a very thin start up to a pretty solid hold about 2/3 of the way up the center.If you want beta on this one, there is a left and right hand in the crack that will do the job. You have a fairly solid left foot and two options for the right, the higher of the two is smaller but bites better. from there you will barn door if you go for the next right hand hold first so you need to pu...[more] Browse More Classics in AZ
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