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Member Since: Aug 29, 2012
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
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Location: AZ : Central Arizona : *Queen Creek Canyon : Atlantis : Unknown Dihedral (5.3)
By: Joshua Jones When: Sep 6, 2013

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Comments: This climb is totally sandbagged. I would say 5.6 is still too low. I found the climb enjoyable on lead but there were moves that were more difficult than anything on First Born. I would say 5.6/7 trad lead could be sketchy. If you are solid at 5.8 go for it. It is fun, easy to protect and eats gear. You can avoid the double rope rappel by traversing left to the anchors for Neptune.


Location: OR : Southwest Oregon : Rattlesnake : Rainy Day Cave : Chinese Water Torture (5.10a)
By: Joshua Jones When: Apr 7, 2013

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Comments: Definitely worth stick clipping the second bolt on this climb. The climbing is pretty straight forward but the crux is low and all balance, no power. Tons of fun.


Location: OR : Southwest Oregon : Greensprings : Marge's Navel (5.8)
By: Joshua Jones When: Apr 7, 2013

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Comments: This climb baffles 5.8 lead climbers. All of the moves are there but you have to find them!! A lot of fun.


Location: OR : Southwest Oregon : Greensprings
By: Joshua Jones When: Apr 7, 2013

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Comments: Great climbing on polished granite. There are a lot of sport routes out here. For a more complete guide check out Greg Orton's guide book for the Rogue - excellent resource for Southern Oregon climbers.


Location: OR : Southwest Oregon : Rattlesnake : The Cathedral : Arabesque (5.10a)
By: Joshua Jones When: Apr 7, 2013

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Comments: Climbed this last week. Great climb with some great moves. If you enjoy this then definitely try Split Decision, just down the trail a bit.

Great place to climb. Rock is better than Emmigrant lake and approach is easier than Greensprings. For a super easy approach drive beyond the original trail following the roads, always taking the right fork. You eventually top out above all of the crags. From there you can rap down, or hike.


Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
re: where to climbArizona & New MexicoJoshua JonesFeb 14, 2015
re: Climbing LevelGeneral ClimbingJoshua JonesJan 24, 2015
re: Phoenix Area Sport ReccomendationsArizona & New MexicoJoshua JonesJan 1, 2015
REI in Phoenix has cheap quickdrawsArizona & New MexicoJoshua JonesDec 31, 2014
re: Climbing shoe resole TucsonArizona & New MexicoJoshua JonesFeb 13, 2014
re: Queen Creek CanyonArizona & New MexicoJoshua JonesFeb 11, 2014
re: Queens CreekArizona & New MexicoJoshua JonesFeb 2, 2014
re: another moving thread: phoenix or renoGeneral ClimbingJoshua JonesJan 27, 2014
re: Climbing an art to you?General ClimbingJoshua JonesJan 11, 2014
re: Climbing an art to you?General ClimbingJoshua JonesJan 10, 2014
re: Climbing an art to you?General ClimbingJoshua JonesJan 10, 2014
re: Climbing an art to you?General ClimbingJoshua JonesJan 9, 2014
re: Climbing an art to you?General ClimbingJoshua JonesJan 9, 2014
re: Family toproping suggestionsArizona & New MexicoJoshua JonesDec 24, 2013
re: Pheonix area adviceArizona & New MexicoJoshua JonesNov 21, 2013
re: old new rope?Climbing Gear DiscussionJoshua JonesSep 17, 2013
re: old new rope?Climbing Gear DiscussionJoshua JonesSep 17, 2013
re: Rope Damage from Jumper CablesClimbing Gear DiscussionJoshua JonesJul 10, 2013
re: Lost phone at Lovers LeapLost and FoundJoshua JonesMay 18, 2013
Lost phone at Lovers LeapLost and FoundJoshua JonesMay 17, 2013
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