Elevation: 2,296 ft
GPS: 32.378, -111.143 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: hdjohnson on Sep 23, 2018
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Brian Boyd
Access Issue: Pima County conservation area - archeological artifacts - restricted activities Details

Description

The inside faces of a shady 6 ft wide corridor that splits a section of the west facing cliff about 150 yds north of the road. The flatness of the northwest face makes for nice sustained moderate climbing. The face has anchor bolts at the top and four bolts on the face, but all are suspect in my opinion as they appear to be drilled shallow. A trad-style anchor for top rope can easily be built for these lines by slinging the large block just behind the anchor bolts with an extra long sling or cordelette.

The southeast face inside the corridor is slightly overhanging and has a couple widely spaced anchor bolts at the top.  I haven't attempted any lines on that side so nothing is listed here for that face.

I don't know who originally put up the routes with fixed anchors.  Names and FA info all subject to change

Getting There

From the part of the soft shoulder where a dirt service road forks off of Twin Peaks Road to the northwest, bushwhack north-by-northeast up the slope toward the west facing cliff line. From the road you may be already be able to see the dark shadow of the 6 ft wide corridor that splits the section of the cliff facing the road. Head 150 yards more or less directly to the corridor.

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