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Continuum Crag Rock Climbing
|GPS:||32.418, -110.75 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Joe Kreidel on May 21, 2015|
|Admins:||Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick|
DescriptionA fun addition to the Spectrum Wall area, Continuum Crag is home to interesting routes in a variety of grades and styles. The proximity to Spectrum Wall makes it easy to climb at both walls in a single day.
With climbs on the south, west and north face of the crag, it is easier to chase sun or shade here than at Spectrum Wall.
Getting ThereA sister crag to Spectrum Wall, follow the approach for Spectrum. When dropping down from the backside of Spectrum Wall, turn right when you reach the bottom of the steep gully. Follow the obvious trail for about two minutes. At the end of this trail head up along the left side of a large boulder to arrive on the southwest corner of the crag.
Unlike the original Spectrum Wall, the geometry of Continuum is irregular and the routes wrap around three different faces. The South face is the most consistently steep. It currently contains two routes. There is room for more on this face, but they would very difficult. The west face contains one easy route and the north face has four short routes on bullet-proof rock.
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