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Will Mayo Sends Red Planet (5.13b), Arizona

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Will Mayo sends Red Planet (5.13b)

Red Planet (5.13b) is a two pitch crack climb established by the prolific Arizonan rock climber, John Mattson. The route lies across the canyon
from Devil’s Bridge in the Coconino National Forest, several miles from downtown Sedona, Arizona. The crux second pitch ascends an overhanging off-fingers
crack that splits the southeast end of a soaring buttress of red Schnebly Hill sandstone. This route is magnificent: GO DO IT!!!!!!!!!!”


Video by Will Mayo
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