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By C Trudeau
From: Driggs, Idaho
Mar 22, 2010
|Found a helmet at the base on 3/21/10. Drop me a line to get it back.|
By Cowboy Roy
From: SLC, UT
Oct 15, 2011
|anyone have any info on the fixed routes ?|
From: centerville, utah
Aug 11, 2012
|As you start up the trail go left and not right like we did.|
Jun 7, 2013
CAUTION, SKETCHY BOLT ON 12d, FAR LEFT SIDE OF CHOSS GARDEN
On the 5.12d on the far LEFT side of the crag, the 3rd bolt had a small block / hold next to it with a chalk "X" on it. Seemed suspicious so we wiggled it and it came of, revealing a very questionable bolt placement with what looks to be small stress fractures in the surrounding stone.
Would recommend avoiding this bolt. Needs to be moved to more solid territory. Hard to say how solid it is, really, but a visual inspection does not inspire confidence.
By lance bateman
Jan 27, 2014
|Had a nice afternoon of climbing at the Choss Garden. Mid 40's, sunny and Fun routes. But many of the belay anchors and the fixed chains? left me wondering... Is it really that hard to set up a route with decent hardware that makes sense?|
By Mark Lewis
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Mar 25, 2014
Directions indicate to drive 1.6 miles up canyon from Storm Mountain picnic area - following these directions puts you at the base of the s-curves and Mill-B trailhead.
Rather, from the intersection at the mouth of the canyon drive 3.8 miles up canyon and park in a pull-off on the north side of the road.
On the south end of the pull-off you'll notice a faint trail heading up scree into a gully, follow this trail up to the easily noticeable crag.