Section 508 Navigation
Browse Common Topics
Search our Website



Rock Climbing in the McDowell Mountains


arrow Learn more about the 2013 American Trails International Trails Symposium...


Full Day – Sunday, April 14


Rock Climbing in the McDowell Mountains
Date: Sunday, April 14
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Location: City of Scottsdale McDowell Sonoran Preserve – Tom’s Thumb Trailhead
Cost: $152 (includes lunch)


Whether you are brand new to the sport or have the climbing skills of a gecko, this workshop will provide the perfect adventure for you. The day will begin with a brief presentation about the Preserve. Then, led by the skilled guides from 360 Adventures, participants will experience the ancient granite of the McDowell Mountains in an up close and personal way. Comfortable clothing that allows a range of motion is recommended. Wear sturdy shoes for the short hike to the climbing areas.

Difficulty Level (please choose one):
• Beginner
• Advanced

Lunch: Will be provided by 360 Adventures

Leader: Staff from 360 Adventures

Print Friendly
Print Friendly and PDF


Thank You Symposium Sponsors!




Join American Trails



Facebook Twitter

Stay up to date on legislative issues for trails, follow us on Facebook and Twitter.




Need trail skills and education? Do you provide training? Join the National Trails Training Partnership!

The NTTP Online Calendar connects you with courses, conferences, and trail-related training

arrowEnjoy and share the new online, digital version of the American Trails Magazine!

arrowHelp us provide you more useful resources to keep you on the cutting-edge -- please join today!

arrowWe are advocating for your interests! Visit the Supporting Trails page to view the latest in legislative news, current issues, and opportunities, and to learn how to access funding.

arrow Sign up for American Trails Action Alerts and Trail Tracks e-Newsletters.


PDF  Some of our documents are in PDF format and require free Adobe Acrobat Reader software.
  Download Acrobat Reader

section 508 logo American Trails and NTTP support accessibility with Section 508: read more.

Facebook Logo
Twitter Logo
Visit Our Blog