A view from Sedona Scenic Cruise looking north, yo...
Sedona is a cherished land for many climbers. This soft sandstone, high desert paradise delivers multi pitch spire adventures, as well as trad and sport crags spread out across this region. Sedona proper includes such stunning formations as the Cathedral Spires, The Christianity Spires, Earth Angel Spire, Marges Draw, and many more. The list of excellent routes is long, and their call to adventure can be deafening. Whether you are dueling with the old school classics, or styling your way up a new school test piece, Sedona has something for everyone, as long as you don't mind a little grit in your teeth, and a slight nervousness in your stomach.
Sedona is located approximately 30 miles south of Flagstaff on hwy 89A. GPS coordinates are for the "Y" where highway 179 joins 89A.
Weather station 0.2 miles from here
190 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',22],['3 Stars',83],['2 Stars',63],['1 Star',13],['Bomb',2]
Classic Climbing Routes in Sedona
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Sedona:
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Typhoon 5.11+ 7a 24 VIII 24 E4 6a AZ
: Sedona Area
: ... : Lower Beach
This is an alluring line from a distance, and a deceptive one when you are looking up from the base of it. The climbing demands steep slab skills, a calm heart on tenuous, low percentage smears, as well as, bizarre stemming which demands a loose grip on the laws of physics... A unique testpiece, that is also good training for the first pitch of PMT .12- on the Trundlers Club Buttress....[more] Browse More Classics in AZ
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BETA PHOTO: Sedona Overview Map
From: CO / NM
Mar 28, 2012
What is the best place in/near Sedona for cragging? We will have party members that are straight off the couch, so the location with the easiest ratings would be best.
By Robbie Brown
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Oct 21, 2012
pumphouse wash has easy stuff
By Timothy Gibson
2 days ago
Can anyone offer a brief overview of the best option for cold weather climbing in the area (sport or multipitch trad)?