Elevation: 6,720 ft
GPS: 34.455, -111.397 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: nicholas hayes on Sep 30, 2012
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Brian Boyd

Description

The Mogollon rim has some of the most diverse rock in all of AZ and is also one of the least explored areas for climbing. The rim is lined with sandstone that goes on for miles and the higher areas are littered with granite gems waiting to be found. In the canyons and draws between these rock layers there are some sweet spots with great overhanging limestone. Unfortunately much of the roofs have few holds and a lot of the landings are often wet; but there are few pieces of rock with a lot of potential and I'm sure there is a lot still to be found.

Getting There

From Phoenix take the 87 up past Strawberry. On the right the rim access road is forest road 300, take this for about 20 miles turning down FS road 123, to the closest AZ trail access point to the west end of blue ridge reservoir.

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