Beach front is right at the mouth of Logan Canyon. It's 2 seperate rocks, both are man made. The first one you come to is where they blew a section of rock in two, to make way for the road, leaving one climbable face. The other is quite steep, with lots of potential on a huge cave. They're both east facing crags with lots of sun. Right now there are only 4 climbs, 2 of which are projects. There is still tons of potential for harder climbs if anyone wants a winter project. The approach is kinda a hike but it has a beautiful view.
the approach is similar to getting to 5.8 wall. Park at the Sorenson Outdoor center pullout. Go across the bridge and walk down canyon past the little boulder area. stay on the dirt road for a bit til the road starts to turn north. start hiking up as it zig zags until it flattens out. to your left(west) is 5.8 wall and the water tower. to your right (east) is Beach Front wall. You will first come to the split rock. farther down is the cave. hike up and around the cave and there are 2 more climbs there.
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