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sad that windy walks no longer exists, the finest crack on the summit...good times

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From: Scottsdale
May 1, 2008

Where was this again?

By Karl K
From: Phoenix, AZ
May 2, 2008

It is also know as "Rhythm & Blues". On the (now closed) Troon Mountain.
And it was (is?) a beautiful, sustained crack. Maybe the best hand/large handcrack in Phoenix...
I always sigh when I spot it while climbing on Pinnacle Peak. Stupid developers and their "private" mountain.

By Tim Sinson
Nov 18, 2008

seems like it wold be worth the penalty eh? Especially if you can flip 'em off as you get away.

By Scott Z
From: Highlands Ranch, CO
Aug 21, 2009

Phx rock rates it 10b. I say a full moon ascent is in order on this one. I'd love to go!

By Trey Lewis
From: Glendale, Az
Oct 8, 2009

Is the a down climb or do you have to rap off? That looks like a really nice renegade solo.

By JTEPerlman
Jul 12, 2010

I have been there very quietly. No gear clanking. Hushed. Every rock I have ever had the pleasure of climbing is still there. Crooked Book in Carefree, Devils Disciple on the Lower East Wall @ Pinnacle Peak, the Bolus @ Camelback, still there, in silence. If you don't have some other warrant and you have good ID and are very polite, the worst is some form of trespass misdemeanor. Sshhhh. Check it out from a distance. Better yet, get to know a landowner and you can always use the excuse of, Just Visiting and Taking Pictures, Sir. :-)

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sad that windy walks no longer exists, the finest crack on the summit...good times

Submitted By: Orphaned on May 26, 2007
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Rhythm and Blues (5.10- 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a )