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|Administrators:||Greg Opland, JJ Schlick, Hendrixson, Kristine Hoffman (sitewide)|
|Submitted By:||BCramer on May 6, 2007|
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By Greg DeMatteo
From: W. Lebanon, NH
Apr 23, 2008
Not a destination crag by any measure but a great local spot to hone your skills, especially during the cooler months. Due to the slightly lower elevation than Prescott and the way the canyon traps the sun/heat, it can often be freezing in Prescott and mild in the canyon with no-shirt climbing days in January and February.
Though it can be rough on the hands, the plethora of face holds allows jamming practice with the relief of intermittent face holds. Most climbs are short, but it still gets credit with preparing multiple generations of Prescott area climbers for bigger and better things. A wide variety of cracks and face (top-ropes) from 5.6 to 5.11.
By Peter Franzen
From: Phoenix, AZ
Feb 6, 2012
|Fun place as long as you can ignore the attitude thrown about by the Flagstaff "locals".|
From: Tucson, AZ
Mar 9, 2013
|I guess if I knocked an entire town full of climbers in some pouty fit, after a year I'd take the comment down....|
By Alexander Parrish
From: Prescott, Arizona
Dec 21, 2014
|I found a pair of prescription glasses in a case yesterday 12/20/14 at one of the walls. If you can tell me what the case looks like and what exact wall I found them by I will get them back to you.|
By JJ Schlick
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Feb 23, 2015
Well I knew the day would come. I started rearranging the info here for Sullies to try and preserve it, as well as, make it a little more user friendly. It will take a day for the route counts to adjust, and the rest will be a "work in progress" for a bit.
A BIG thanks to Josh Gross for both all his hard work and new routes at the crag over the last twenty some years, and also for helping to sort out all the info here on Mountain Project.