Many boulder problems, scattered around the hill behind the Walmart and one boulder that is in the neighborhood on the top of the hill. There is plethora of different types of problems from lowball to high, Cracks, face and several with bad landings. I reckon climbing with a spotter and many pads. If you go alone maybe let some one know where you are at in case of a bad fall and the search and rescue has to come and drag your ass out
I have all ways just parked in the walmart parking lot, hiked behind the store and then either jumped the fence or found a path from the top of the hill. There are several areas with a hand full of problems close to each other. my favorite is a boulder closer to the bottom of the hill the is very over hung and tops out around 15- 20ft. The Prescott bouldering guide has most of the problems in it but there is room for exploration.
Weather station 1.6 miles from here
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By Steve Skelton
From: Lyttelton, New Zealand
Apr 8, 2009
This area is another black hole bouldering site. It's a good place to get to know your local homeless and how they hang. "Oh don't mind me, I'm just going to hope over your Naty Light cans on my way back to my pad. Mmnn, smells good."
I found some fun slabs and great free solo's, but its true, you need a few pads and some sacrificial spotters to climb most of the good looking lines here. At first I thought this was a waste of time, but after a bit of scratching around (next to a harmless hobo's tent) I found some fulfilling lines.
Go to Groom Creek!