Southeast Face Rock Climbing
|GPS:||32.432, -110.798 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Hendrixson on Jul 21, 2014|
|Admins:||Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Brian Boyd|
If you aren't sure if raptors are breeding here, then listen and watch for defensive behavior such as screeching or diving (links to info). If raptors are breeding in this area please climb somewhere else and let other climbers know.
Pressures on wildlife can be immense and are multiplied by effects of climate change and pollutants. Choosing to climb away from nest sites reduces unnecessary stresses to the birds. Give these animals a chance to thrive.
More info here: theclimbershome.org/breedin…
Advice for the multi-pitch routes:
- Walk off rather than rappel. Be aware that this requires climbing down and up a 15ft gully.
- Leave your pack at toe of crag as this is where the walk off ends.
- Start early during monsoon season as afternoon rains and lightning can occur suddenly.
Route finding hints:
Classic Climbing Routes at Southeast Face
Days w Precip