Winslow Areas Rock Climbing
A view of the surrounding area, Jacks Canyon
Winslow, and Hwys 87 and 99 which run south out of town sit on a windswept, high desert plain, with the deep canyons of Chevelon, East Clear Creek, Jack's, and Diablo which cut through the various layers of sandstone and limestone. A seemingly unlikely area for climbing at first glance, these canyons offer up excellent stone, and unique cragging adventures.
The a Winslow Wall needs little introduction at this point. This stunning, old timey area has both gear and sport routes on slabby, to overhanging water polished pockets up 5.13+. A sort of otherworldly crag, please be respectful of this magical place.
Zoltan Papp in the zone on Slap My Fro, Winslow Wall.
Photo - Blake McCord
Similar to that of The Pit in Flagstaff, Jacks Canyon was one of Norhtern Arizona's first forays into a full blown sport crag in the early/mid 90's. Today, it is a sport refuge for folks who want steep, pocketed stone, and hassle free access.
Harry Edwards on Suicide King, Jacks Canyon, AZ.
These days it's seems like a lot of little "show and tell" crags are popping up, though access through the ranch lands still remains somewhat of an enigma at this point.
As Tim Toula once said, "In Winslow they keep their crags underground".
JJ and the Whirlwind 5.12-, Chevelon Canyon hinterlands.
Drive to Winslow
Weather station 0.9 miles from here
322 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',31],['3 Stars',135],['2 Stars',116],['1 Star',37],['Bomb',1]
Classic Climbing Routes in Winslow Areas
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Winslow Areas:
Featured Route For Winslow Areas
Bloody Bones 5.12a 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a AZ
: Northern Arizona
: ... : Main Wall
This is the obvious thin crack that starts up the center of Main Wall and ends at the anchors shared with "Psycho Friends". A bouldery start past the first few bolts leads to a good hold and the third bolt. From here technical climbing on fingerlocks and the occasional face hold leads up to the roof above. Pull the roof on good holds and crank up to the lip to clip the anchors....[more] Browse More Classics in AZ