Sport, 120 ft,
Avg: 2.9 from 21
FA: Mark Trainor, Perry Teeters
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> Hackberry Creek
Must Register! Private Property-The Pond, Atlantis and Mine Area
Climbing at The Pond, Atlantis and Mine Area are private property, and now requires that you register in order to gain legal access. This is an easy process. You can do this at:queencreekclimbing.com
This is a one-time and free process so once you are registered you are good to go.
You can read more about this process and the announcement at the Queen Creek Coalition website –theqcc.org
or the Queen Creek Coalition’s Facebook page – facebook.com/Queen-Creek-Co…
Excellent sustained climbing up a pocketed face with seams on a near vertical face.
Centerpiece Area of Hackberry Creek, south of the creek and about 30' East of the waterfall. Look for a large cairn from the top of the waterfall. A pretty good trail with some scrambling will take you to the base. The route starts at a small left facing dihedral-ish type feature formed from some semi-detached blocks.
9 bolts with 2 bolt anchor. A rack of singles to 0.75" and nuts if you really like to sew it up.
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