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Queen Creek - Atlantis

Fun climbing down in Atlantis! Gonna get another trip in to Queen Creek before it's too hot!

Meeting in the parking lot of Circle K in Superior at 9am.

Bring ropes, draws and anchor setups plus all your personal gear.

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Involvement in rock climbing carries a significant risk of personal injury or death. CLIMB AT YOUR OWN RISK!

If you climb, you may die or be seriously injured. This is true whether you are experienced or not, trained or not, equipped or not, though training and equipment may help. It's a fact, climbing is extremely dangerous. If you don't like it, stay at home. You really shouldn't be doing it anyway. We do not provide supervision or instruction. We are not responsible for, and do not inspect or maintain, climbing anchors (including bolts, pitons, slings, trees, etc.) As far as we know, any of them can and will fail and send you plunging to your death. There are countless tons of loose rock ready to be dislodged and fall on you or someone else. There are any number of extremely and unusually dangerous conditions existing on and around the rocks. We may or may not know about any specific hazard. You're on your own.

Rocks and other objects can fall from the cliffs. They can tumble down slopes. This can happen naturally, or be caused by people above you, such as climbers. Rocks of all sizes, including huge boulders, can shift, move or fall without warning. Use of helmets is advised for anyone approaching the rock. They won't save you if you get hit by something big or on another part of your body. A whole rock formation might collapse on you and squash you like a bug. Don't think it can't happen!


Involvement in rock climbing carries a significant risk of personal injury or death. CLIMB AT YOUR OWN RISK!

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Thanks for the meetup, Brandi! Was a great group, and a beautiful day at the crag. I <3 Atlantis.

    April 2, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great routes. Great conditions. Great people. Great day.

    April 1, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi Wiley,

    I closed the RSVP's because there are approximately 18-20 people already coming out there with the meet-up. If you have climbed at Atlantis before, you know there is not an abundance of routes in that area and we are probably looking at a busy saturday in Queen Creek.

    March 30, 2012

  • wiley

    Hi, I know the RSVP is closed but I'd like to RSVP anyway. It will be two of us tomorrow. Look forward to a fun day climbing, and meeting everyone.

    March 30, 2012

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