Deep Water Soloing at Clear Creek

Rate this Adventure Arizona East Clear Creek

Added by Cristina Guzman

All levels of climbing availableWater is about 75 degrees, perfect to cool down inNo rapids, easy to paddle

For the best deep water soloing, go left after unloading the canoes or kayaks. At first, you might see a lot of people, but the further you paddle, the calmer and more peaceful it gets!

Getting there: North on I-17, exit 285 at Camp Verde and go East on Hwy 260 then North on AZ 87. Turn right onto AZ-99, right before Winslow. Parking is best at McHood Park.

Pack List

  • Canoe, kayak or raft
  • Bathing suit
  • Sunscreen
  • Water & snacks
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Activities:

Camping, Kayaking, Rock Climbing, Swimming

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Summer

Features:

Cliff Jumping
Dog Friendly
Family Friendly
Scenic

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