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Sandstone climbing in the beautiful confines of the canyon. Great summer destination and some nice cracks. Please keep this amazing area clean. Climbing ethic is ground up. There are few bolts found here, and when you see them the spacing is long and requires committment from the leader. Season is beginning of April to end of October.
The GPS coordinates are N34 32.748, W111 26.015 Located north of Strawberry off highway 260. Enter FR 144, which is about 5 miles north of HWY 87. Drive to T intersection (FR149) and go left, drive 1.1 miles and turn right(FR142). Drive .9 miles and turn left(142e). Drive 3.6 miles until it ends at trailhead. Hike the trail into the canyon. Routes are upstream. Again, please keep this area clean.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for West Clear Creek:
Starts nice crack then into thin 15 ft chimney. Chimney is a lot of work, especially if you are big. Good pro in the bag of the chimney then pull bulge and continue on nice fingers, tight hands to top. Rap off....[more]Browse More Classics in AZ
go east through camp verde to fr 618 I think. If you take 215 off of 618 to bull pen, theres granite bouldering on the left side of the trail right by the main trail head, pleanty of lines for FAs, seems untouched. Its a great hike through to if you do the canyon loop. Climbs are few and far between at first but totaly worth it. I suggest a multiple day stay out there. Just watch out for flash floods and mountain lions.