Antelope Pass Bouldering
|GPS:||36.657, -111.633 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Eli on Sep 29, 2016|
|Admins:||Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick|
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DescriptionLarge varnished sandstone boulders exist on either side of the pass. The rock is of a pretty high quality and problems range from compressiony low-balls all the way to highball inverted offwidths. While certainly not a destination crag, the rock here is surprisingly good, and definitely worth a pit stop if you're driving the road.
Mostly unestablished, but a few lines exist.
Information forthcoming as development ensues.
Getting ThereFrom Flagstaff take Highway 89 North past bitter springs, and begin up Antelope Pass towards Page. From Page, drive 20 miles South on 89 through Antelope Pass. Park anywhere close to the boulders of your choice, however the best parking is in a large dirt lot on the western (down hill) side of the road.
For the most part approaches should not take more than 10 minutes. This stuff is very roadside.
All my geotags should be accurate, and your cellphone's GPS should work even when you don't have cell service.
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