A short, west-facing, limestone wall on the north side of the canyon. There are three sport routes on the wall.
Ten minutes or so past the gate in the trail there is a water fountain on the right side (south) of the trail. Several hundred feet past the water fountain there are several tall-ish evergreens to the north of the trail, on the opposite side of the creek bed from the trail.
Behind the above-mentioned trees is Boingo Wall (it isn't visible from this spot in the trail because of the trees). Cross the creek bed to the base of these trees and the wall is visible about 200 feet northeast.
If you reach the first creek crossing (small wooden bridge) on the main trail you have gone too far upcanyon.
A rightward-curving route that consists of mostly rough slopers with an occasional rounded crimp, then finally a welcome short crack and flake edge to the chains.There are hollow-sounding holds between first and second bolts, but nothing came off. The rest of the route is solid . The hard part for me was getting to and clipping the third bolt....[more]Browse More Classics in UT