Pine Canyon Rock Climbing
|GPS:||39.109, -110.662 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Brian Milhaupt on Dec 16, 2002|
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Mostly one pitch routes on a south facing cliff. This wall gets almost as much sun as the Dylan Wall. Many good routes exist in a short span, starting on the left with "Lite Not Solid" and "Rabid Muslim". There are a couple routes left of those, a hundred or so yards away, near the prow of the buttress, facing the road. There are also several modern bolted lines up aretes between the cracks.Several interesting camping opertunities lie along the road leading to this crag. One in particular, that lies next to a heinous looking overhanging off-width crack.
Two miles north of the bridge is a large "Y" shaped canyon on the right hand side of Buckhorn Wash Road. There is a primitive campsite here, and a four-wheel drive road that winds into the canyon. If just going for the day, it would be best to walk from this point (Don't forget to close the ricketty gate behind you). Hike less than a mile following the right side of the "Y" and look immediately left for the dihedrals of "Burgerdier General" and "Once is Enough" near the prow. A little further is right-facing dihedral with a sharply cut right leaning overhang halfway up (Rabid Muslim).From here it is a 5-minute hike up the talus.All in all, an easy and enjoyable approach.
Classic Climbing Routes at Pine Canyon
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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