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Beer Bong Boulder Rock Climbing 

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Location: 33.7416, -112.17519 View Map  Incorrect?
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Mostly north facing boulder. One of the first boulders to be established in the area. Took lots of cleaning and and hard work to get some climbs on this one. Many of them are V3 and above. Climbs here are super thin and vertical to slightly overhung granite. There is a possible V10+ line on here I wont even touch. Many different routes here, slopers and mainly crimps, lots of variety. BIGGER THAN PENCIL THIN BOULDER OR WILEY THOMSON.

Getting There 

Navigate your way back into small valley and park before crossing 2 washes. Boulder is hidden down low off the the east in an outclove.

Climbing Season

For the **Phoenix Areas area.

Weather station 6.2 miles from here

26 Total Climbing Routes

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By Trey Lewis
From: Glendale, Az
Jul 21, 2014
Now that the bridge is closed to car traffic you have to walk to the boulders. Cross the bridge and go thru the opening in the fence. Hike Northwest towards the mountain following trails that lead clockwise around the mountain. Look for a grouping of boulders in the "cove".

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