Climbing of the non-roped variety... Unique as the landscape, recorded bouldering in Ibex goes back to the early nineties with some of the first established problems being on the Red Monster and The Skull. A majority of the work and established problems were developed around the late nineties by climbers from Salt Lake, and from there the bouldering continued to grow.
This is a sub-section of Ibex dedicated to its boulders in an attempt to make them easier to locate.
Drive into the heart of Ibex via the front pages directions, see individual crags for locations.
Weather station 20.1 miles from here
25 Total Routes
['4 Stars',6],['3 Stars',14],['2 Stars',4],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
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Jesus V8 7B UT
: ... : Candyland
If you're at the furthest end of the Candyland area, you just might run into Jesus. This is a 100% classic Ibex line, and would get much more attention is it wasn't out in the middle of nowhere. 2 different cruxes-If you're doing the sit start, there's a single very difficult dyno/cross move to gain a good jug.About 2-3 moves after that, you're faced with another crux section. Make a very long move to a poor sidepull edge and figure out a way to get any high. Hint: look to the left for possible...[more] Browse More Classics in UT