Prophesy Wall Camping and Climbing

The dirt road is bumpy, and we have to pull over a few times while Ann scouts side roads, but we find a spacious place to camp with a couple of small junipers for shade. Dad and Sarah’s dogs are thrilled to be free to run through the sage brush. We end up about a mile and a half from the climbing, and the hike along the road is dusty but otherwise easy. Over a couple of short sessions playing on the first pitches of some 3-pitch routes, we find the big-featured sandstone climbing really friendly and fun, and look forward to coming back for more. After three days here Dad and Sarah pack up and head north again, but look forward to more visits like this. We stay for one more night before heading into town.

Prophesey Campsite

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