Isolation Canyon Rock Climbing
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DescriptionBeautiful quartzite crag just outside Pine, AZ. Routes ranging from 40ft to 300ft. 5easy-5.12.
Getting ThereFrom Pine, Arizona drive south of town, just past Bradshaw Drive to Pine Trailhead. A large paved parking area puts you on the Arizona Trail. Head southwest and downhill for several minutes. As you reach the gate and ranch (on your right), look for climber's trail heading left at the base of the hill.
Another option is to drive from the clearing south of Pine Trailhead along Old County Road to near the original parking area. Park near here.
As you arrive at Pine Creek along the climbers' trail, look for the trail which rises sharply on the south side of the creek bed, just before the rock becomes an impassable cliff. Follow this trail up on over the hill as it meanders along a dry gully (usually) and across the flat top for a while. Eventually the trail takes you down to the walls.
Classic Climbing Routes at Isolation Canyon
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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