Q. What is Queen Creek Coalition?
Q. What is QCC’s mission?
Q. Does QCC have members?
Q. How will QCC accomplish its mission?
Q. What is the Queen Creek climbing area?
The Queen Creek climbing area includes several distinct and distinctive climbing areas. Oak Flat and Euro Dog Valley are primarily bouldering areas while the others are primarily roped climbing areas:
Area: Approximate no. of routes/problems
Oak Flat: 900 boulder problems
Euro Dog Valley : 400 boulder problems, 70 routes
The Road Area (including The Pond and Atlantis): 245 routes
The Mine Area: 155 routes
Northern Devils Canyon: 135 routes
Upper Devils Canyon: 105 routes
Lower Devils Canyon: 100 routes
Apache Leap: 80 routes
The Pond and Atlantis belong to Resolution Copper Mining LLC (RCM); climbing is allowed at these areas pursuant to a recreational use license granted by RCM. Lower Devils Canyon is located on Arizona State Trust Land. The other areas are located on Tonto National Forest land.
Q. What is the status of the Queen Creek climbing areas?
Q. What other climbing areas are nearby?
Q. What is the status of the proposed Oak Flat land exchange?
Q. What is QCC’s position with regard to the proposed Oak Flat land exchange?
Q. What are QCC’s current activities?
Q. What can climbers do to support QCC’s efforts?