Climbers clamor for return of rock

Local rock climbers hope the person who took this large heart-shaped rock from the top of Granite Mountain returns it to the Prescott National Forest, so climbers can continue their long-standing good-luck rituals. (Kyle Kent/Courtesy photo)

Local rock climbers hope the person who took this large heart-shaped rock from the top of Granite Mountain returns it to the Prescott National Forest, so climbers can continue their long-standing good-luck rituals. (Kyle Kent/Courtesy photo)

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