This area is barely up Cedar Canyon. It is soft, slabby sandstone, which makes the area very exciting (and scary) to climb. This area is east facing and therefore gets the morning sun and the afternoon shade. Usually this place isn't too busy, maybe just a few adventurous locals in the evenings.
Drive up Cedar Canyon, you'll see it on the left in about 2 minutes. It's right across from a foot bridge. It's right off the road.
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(P1)The dihedral just to the right of King Pin. Climb unprotected (5.3) for 35' until you reach the dihedral. Follow dihedral for 50-60 feet to a bomber 3 bolt and chain anchor.(60 meter rope required, 70 meter would be better) This pitch is 5.8.(P2) Traverse right up steeper rock with the crux near the top of the route. Anchors for second pitch are far left. They are the same anchors as the 2nd pitch of King Pin and need to be replaced.(60m rope required)Descend via 2 single rope (60M) rapp...[more] Browse More Classics in UT