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The Anvil Boulders

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The Anvil Boulders 


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Location: 34.87886, -111.74781 View Map  Incorrect?
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Description 

The Anvil Boulders make up one of the best bouldering sites in all of Sedona. A short approach and bomber sandstone makes the problems fun.


Getting There 

The Anvil Rock area is located at the north end of Sedona off Highway 89A. Park at the first pullout on the west side of the highway after leaving town. From here, cross the road, jump the barrier and scramble down the steep slope below. Cross Oak Creek at the lowest looking spot then walk east for about three minutes to the boulders. The Anvil Rock sport climbs are located on the cliff band 3 minutes uphill from the boulders.


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['4 Stars',5],['3 Stars',22],['2 Stars',3],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]
['<=5.6',0],['5.7',0],['5.8',0],['5.9',0],['5.10',0],['5.11',0],['5.12',0],['5.13',0],['>=5.14',0],['',0],['<=V1',3],['V2-3',12],['V4-5',10],['V6-7',4],['V8-9',2],['V10-11',0],['V12-13',1],['>=V14',0]

The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for The Anvil Boulders:
Tall Crack   V0+ 4+     Boulder, 22'   
Pocket Problem   V1 5     Boulder, 12'   
Black Tide   V2 5+ PG13     Boulder, 25'   
Lazer Cut   V3 6A     Boulder, 15'   
Stems And Seeds   V4-5 6B+     Boulder, 12'   
Sai Baba and the Lord of the Flies   V5 6C     Boulder, 16'   
Alien Baby Left   V5-6 6C+     Boulder, 15'   
Crack Factory   V6 7A     Boulder, 12'   
Free Willy   V6 7A     Boulder, 12'   
Alien Baby Right   V9 7C     Boulder, 15'   
Mars Attacks   V9 7C     Boulder, 10'   
Big Sexy   V10-11 8A     Boulder, 15'   
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Featured Route For The Anvil Boulders
Shot taken by Ian Kiersey.

Alien Baby Left V5-6 6C+  AZ : Northern Arizona : ... : The Anvil Boulders
This is the left (and original) version of Alien Baby. Start with good jams in the block and fire to the flat triangular sloper. Crank left to a nice crimp and go big for the lip. Fantastic rock and great moves....[more]   Browse More Classics in AZ

Photos of The Anvil Boulders Slideshow Add Photo
Mark Adams dialing in Black Tide.
Mark Adams dialing in Black Tide.
Nuria sampling some fine sandstone bouldering.
Nuria sampling some fine sandstone bouldering.
Watching the sunset after a great day of bouldering.
Watching the sunset after a great day of boulderin...
Nuria on the warm-up.
Nuria on the warm-up.
The V5+ testpiece of the main boulder.
The V5+ testpiece of the main boulder.
Eliminations abound on this warm-up.
Eliminations abound on this warm-up.
One of the Anvil Boulders at sunset. A hand full of tall problems summit this boulder, including the Nopinyon Arete on the left, and Wordman, the arete partially obscured by the tree.
One of the Anvil Boulders at sunset. A hand full o...
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By JJ Schlick
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From: Flagstaff, AZ
Jul 9, 2014

I've changed the names of several recently added problems from "unknown" to simple numbers. If anyone out there knows more about these lines, and especially the proper names, please let us know in the comments of those lines. As always, historical info is much appreciated.