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|Administrators:||Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq, Kristine Hoffman (sitewide)|
|Submitted By:||Stevie Nacho on Jul 9, 2012|
|re: A NEW mountian equipment shop in Cottonwood Heights||Harry Richardson||4 hours ago|
|Partner for LCC or AF on Monday the 12th||mac gilbert||1 day ago|
|Rope found Challenge Buttress Oct. 10||shredward||2 days ago|
|re: moving to UT, Cedar City or Logan? for best climbing opportunities/town scene||karl kvashay||2 days ago|
|Joes Valley partners oct 12-17||John Ericson||2 days ago|
|City of rocks next weekend?||Margaretfaulkner||3 days ago|
|re: bouldering||bheller||3 days ago|
|Castle Rock State Park temporary bolting moratorium||Shane Rathbun||3 days ago|
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From: SLC and Moab, ut
Aug 22, 2014
This wall is a great addition to the Wasatch. Positive holds of all sizes on clean quartzite make for really fun climbing. Stevie and friends put in a lot of effort cleaning and equipping the routes. Honor their efforts and climb these routes. They need traffic to keep clean.
The hike is accurate as described. Once into the drainage (skiers may know it as the generator couloir) just keep going until you see a rock ridge and the surveyors tape. The trails to and from the main drainage are good, no bush whacking required.
Took us 35 minutes to the base of Fools Progress.
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