Arizona Canyoneering and Technical Canyons
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Recent Condition Reports
Wildcat Tank Canyon
First anchor is webbing on a boulder. Webbing was faded but very pliable. Would change out In a few months....
Jun 17, 2020 by wisconnyjohnny
State Line Canyon
Didn't traverse out of canyon. Descended 3 primary drops by building anchors. Anchored direct to a rock arch...
Mar 10, 2020 by wisconnyjohnny
didnt run the canyon because the rest of my group was moving slow, but i got to look in to the big keeper and...
Nov 15, 2018 by stropsa
Ran thru waterholes in feb of 2017, i was using the beta from the grand canyoneering book. The beginning is...
Nov 7, 2018 by stropsa
The big keeper at the end of the last rap is in FULL KEEPER STATUS with three dead animals rotting in it: a...
Aug 10, 2018 by Rdunn
We ferried rocks down canyon to the 105ft rappel and were able to build a solid carin anchor, reducing the...
Dec 29, 2017 by Austin Farnworth
I would agree that the longest rappel is now 105-110 feet. I could see where it would have been 80 feet, but...
Jan 30, 2017 by Ali White
Wonderful dry canyon to tackle during the colder months. Start of the canyon is very easy to find and poses...
Dec 3, 2016 by Anchor Pheel
I made this trip with myself and my 3 teen aged kids. There are 3 rappels total but we skipped the second...
Oct 25, 2016 by pyle762
Fantastic canyon! Highly recommend longsleeve shirt and pants for the approach and exit, lots of bushwacking...
Apr 25, 2015 by Jeremy Freeman
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