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Location: AZ : Central Arizona : Phoenix Areas : McDowell Mountains : Tom's Thumb : Treiber's Deception (5.7)
By: ErikF When: Nov 26, 2012

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Comments: Please remember the City of Scottsdale policies (shown in the Comments on the overview of the McDowell Mountains). No new bolts in new locations. It is in our interest to keep these things relatively quiet and handle them internally and not draw public attention to them.

As far as this "bolt" at the step across, several folks had mentioned it to me but my understanding is that it had been a mirage and is no longer visible.


Location: AZ : Central Arizona : Phoenix Areas : McDowell Mountains
By: ErikF When: Sep 7, 2012

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This is the new official rock climbing plan for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve, an area owned and managed by the City of Scottsdale. See previous comment for details on the official climbing policies that have been adopted.
This is the new official rock climbing plan for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve, an area owned and managed by the City of Scottsdale. See previous comment for details on the official climbing policies that have been adopted.



Location: AZ : Central Arizona : Phoenix Areas : McDowell Mountains
By: ErikF When: Sep 7, 2012

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Comments: Climbing friends,

Below please find the rock climbing guidelines that govern rock climbing in the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.

The City of Scottsdale’s City Council has formally adopted climbing policies and maps for the McDowells. There were years of work and meetings on which this final outcome was based. In order to keep our climbing areas open we will need to abide by these policies and keep the crags clean.

As you can see, they are modeled after the Pinnacle Peak Park climbing guidelines. ... more >>