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Mt. Sanitas is another local bouldering area just north of Flagstaff. It is a cool, chill place to boulder and has many easy to moderate problems - which makes it a good place to go when you are feeling like taking it easy and resting the fingers (the rock is also easier on the hands than Flagstaff). It's also a good place to take beginners and most of the landings are great. The only con is that one must hike up a grueling six degree slope for approximately five minutes to get to the rock. Enjoy!
Getting There [Edit]
From Boulder: take Broadway up to Mapleton St. which is a couple blocks north of Pearl Street. Go on Mapleton towards the hills for a few blocks until you see a pavilion on the right hand side of the road - park in the spaces just past it. Get on that trail and stay to the left as it goes up quickly to the nice sandstone boulders.
Classic Climbing Routes at Mount Sanitas
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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