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Pavilion Wall

Pavilion Wall Rock Climbing 

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Submitted By: BCramer on Jul 9, 2007
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This north facing wall has a couple of easy to moderate star quality face and crack climbs. Good rock. Bring draws and a standard rack, add a few long slings to rig an anchor on top. At times of high water the base is nearly in the lake.

Getting There 

At the south end of Watson Lake Park is a large pavilion on a hill over looking the lake. Drive up to this and park at the east end of the large parking area. Hike east on a rocky spur and look for the top of the wall, it faces in the direction of the dam and has some long cracks and a roof on the left edge. If you hit the right trail, you will end up on top of the wall. Scramble down to the base or rig an anchor and rap down.

Climbing Season

Weather station 3.8 miles from here

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By Peter Thomas
From: Prescott, AZ
Mar 20, 2013
I believe this wall is actually called the fireman's wall i have used it occasionally over the past several years, and that is the name i have always heard used. I talked with someone yesterday who thinks the pavilion wall is a newer area a little further north on the west side, closer to where time zone is located
By Kevin Keith
Mar 23, 2013
Hey Peter. This is the Pavilion Wall. This may be referred to as the fireman's wall because the fire department conducts training here sometimes. I am currently working on the guidebook feel free to contact me. Kevin

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