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Routes in Brown's Peak

Ladybug, The T 5.5 4b 13 IV+ 11 MS 4a

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Brown's peak is the tallest and northern most of the four peaks. Fractured rock with lots of holds and places for pro, but also plenty of loose rock. There is also a scramble to the top of Browns peak so expect plenty of hikers on weekend days.

Getting There

Follow the directions for Four Peaks Wilderness to the Lone Pine Saddle trail head. Follow the trail up the railroad ties on a good trail which wanders up towards the peaks for 2.5 miles or so. A trail continues to the base of the class 2 Hikers gully. Plan on at least 2.5 hours from central Phoenix to the base/start of the hiker's gully.

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Classic Climbing Routes at Brown's Peak

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5.5 4b 13 IV+ 11 MS 4a
The Ladybug
Trad, Alpine 3 pitches
The Ladybug 5.5 4b 13 IV+ 11 MS 4a Trad, Alpine 3 pitches
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About 19 miles or one hour of dirt roads before you reach the trailhead. (off-road vehicle recommended). The first strectch of the trail is moderate climbing, with the final stretch being more difficult as you climb up a steep incline. (not dog friendly). Both the off-roading and hiking aspects offer you cooler temperatures and spectacular views in every direction. View from the top on 9/24/16 - hdwallsource.com/browns-pea… Sep 25, 2016

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