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Third Tier 

Cetacean Wall Rock Climbing 

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Location: 37.61597, -112.93256 View Map  Incorrect?
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Young limestone wall. Most routes are vertical with short slab sections. Receives Morning sun and afternoon shade.

The area is surrounded by a mixture of aspens and pines.

Climbable from spring to fall.

Getting There 

Getting There
Drive up Cedar Canyon Road 9.3 miles, park at the pull out on the left. The parking area is below the Adventure Climb area (also know as Rappel Area Wall).

The cliff is located directly across from the parking area. Walk across the river and find a place to cross the river. (There is a good spot if you walk up the road 100 feet.) After crossing the river you will find a trail leading to the crag.

Climbing Season

For the Cedar Canyon area.

Weather station 3.6 miles from here

10 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',5],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',1]

Featured Route For Cetacean Wall
Rock Climbing Photo: Fluffhead

Fluffhead 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- 24 E4 6a  UT : Cedar City : ... : Third Tier
Climbs up some most solid rock of the crag.V crux is getting off the ground(V2-). Once you have clipped the second bolt the route eases up until you gain a large ledge were you clip the third bolt. The best climbing comes in the next 20 feet. Climb up excellent limestone using classic crimps. Redpoint crux is clipping the sixth bolt don't barn door and you have it in the bag....[more]   Browse More Classics in UT

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