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Shared By: Linda White on Apr 30, 2007
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Access Issue: Must Register! Private Property-The Pond, Atlantis and Mine Area Details

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Facing East, near US 60. The wall behind Atlantis.

Getting There

It's definitely class 4 hike up. Stay right, climb up and get close to the wall.
On a clear, cool day 1/2- 3/4 hr after rapping down into Atlantis.

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kirra  
Heading E on 60; Parking pullout is on your right immedietly after the tunnel. If heading W on 60; there is also a parking pullout on the right after milemarker 229 just before tunnel. Be carefull crossing this highway...!! Apr 10, 2008
ErikF  
Dear Climbers:

We love climbing at The Pond, Atlantis and the Mine area. They are favorites for most of us who climb in the Queen Creek area. These areas have been the private property of Resolution Mining Company and its predecessors since the 1960's or earlier. Climbing on this private property, The Pond, Atlantis, and parts of the Mine areas now requires that you register in order to gain legal access. This is an easy process. You can do this at:queencreekclimbing.com.

Registration does not mean that you endorse the Mine or Land Exchange. It is simply the way that climbers can access the private property without trespassing. This system was anticipated and agreed to under the Recreational Use License signed by the Access Fund covering the time period 2006 to 2011, and by Queen Creek Coalition’s current Recreational Use License with Resolution Copper that allows climbers on the private property.

Registration is an easy process where you go to the website, read a couple pages of information, and then sign an electronic form and waiver that you understand the rules that apply and that you agree to abide by them. You will receive an email in response from which you can download either an electronic copy or a hardcopy of your registration. It would be good for you to retain these and present them to the authorities on site if ever requested; however, it is also anticipated that the list of registrants will be stored by Queen Creek Coalition for any future verification.

This is a one-time and free process so once you are registered you are good to go.

You can read more about this process and the announcement at the Queen Creek Coalition website –theqcc.org or the Queen Creek Coalition’s Facebook page - facebook.com/Queen-Creek-Co…

The Queen Creek Coalition Dec 13, 2016
ErikF  
There is now signage at The Pond and Atlantis indicating the need for climbers to register.
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