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Sedona trad anyone?


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Jonathan Croom · · Unknown Hometown · Joined May 2015 · Points: 305

Anyone interested in a day of trad climbing in Sedona before it gets much hotter? I'd like to get out the next week or so, but don't have any trad partners in AZ. I have time both weekends and midweek. I'd be interested in either a multipitch day of mileage on 5.9-5.10, or going to the Waterfall (or somewhere else) to trade belays on single pitch routes (I'd be looking for low 5.11 finger cracks). I'm not too familiar with Sedona climbing, so open to suggestions. I have lots of gear. Shoot me a PM.

Alternatively, if I don't find any partners, ay suggestions for areas that either have top access to rope solo, or have easy routes to the top of a formation where you could fix ropes on a harder route? 

Jonathan

astarblaze Patrick · · Tacoma, Wa · Joined Mar 2016 · Points: 0

The Overlook and Paradise Forks both have top access for rope soloing. (Make sure you pad your anchor trees at the Forks!)

Kujawski · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2017 · Points: 33

Would you be up to climb mars attack? I'll be passing through on the 12th and looking to get that classic in before it heats up (weather says 84 for that day). I have a single rack and 70m, let me know 602-309-9857

Leo Anders · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jun 2017 · Points: 0

hey dude I should be passing through sedona in a week or so. I'm down to follow trad lines! Super flexible, drifting/dirtbagging north from texas, looking for some good adventures.

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