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Wheeler Wall is a great crag lying in an area that was relatively undamaged by the Bullock fire and completely unscathed by the Aspen Fire. It is home to a small number of bolted slab routes in the 5.10-5.11 range and one worthwhile trad/bolted route (5.7+). The rock quality is excellent, and the climbing steep and challenging. All the climbs are one long pitch, so bring a 60m rope and be prepared to walk off (easy, obvious descent).
Park on the right hand side of the Catalina Highway, just past the Rose Canyon turn-off (about two tenths of a mile further up the road). This is a newly renovated and rather large parking lot and no longer fits the "small pull-out" description in Squeezing the Lemmon. Park and head back downhill 20-30 yards, then head up a steep gully toward a visible large slab (which is Wheeler Wall). The base of the wall is a steep 5-10 minute walk.
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Quickdraw McGraw 5.10 6b 20 VII- E2 5b R Trad, Sport, 3 pitches, 140'
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Sahrrite 5.7+ 5a 15 V+ MVS 4b AZ : Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... : ... : Wheeler Wall
Head for the bottom right corner of Wheeler Wall to get to the base of this climb. The route climbs near the buttress that forms the right edge of the wall. This is a nice long route with mixed types of climbing. The first two thirds follow the crack that diagonals up alongside the buttress. After this head up the face past two bolts to easier climbing above. The route protects pretty well and is easier than many other 5.7s on Lemmon. This pitch is more than 1/2 a rope length, even with a ...[more] Browse More Classics in AZ
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