The greater Williams area has some fine climbing indeed. Timeless crags such as Paradise Forks, Volunteer Canyon, "The land of a thousand climbs" Sycamore Point, and a newer addition, Whitetail Canyon, are all found on the rim of Sycamore Canyon. Sycamore Canyon is a mighty Mogollon Rim drainage tucked away in a thick Ponderosa pine forest, just south of Garland Prairie. These columnar basalt canyons are home to some of the best hard rock crack climbing in Arizona.
Z. Harrison working his way up the elevator shaft on Jungle Jive, Paradise Forks.
Photo : Blake McCord [www.blakemccordphoto.com]
Bill Williams Mt. is home to The Balls, an old school Bob Murray bouldering area, as well as some newer sport attractions. Don't miss out on Bill Williams Spire, AKA Finger Rock if you are in the mood for a small adventure.
JJ turning the lip of the roof on the FA of Rapture 5.10, though it's super classic 5.9 at this point. John Burcham with an attentive belay down low. Volunteer Canyon.
Wade Forrest Photo
There is some developed bouldering. The Center Pinche Area is out here, as well as, the afore mentioned Balls area, and exploratory potential.
Colin Cox on the FA of Snake Legs 5.11c, Balls Wall, Bill Williams Mountain.
Follow directions for the individual crags.
192 Total Climbing Routes
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