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Location: 41.8027, -111.6292 View Map  Incorrect?
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Description 

Great Crag, a gem of a area up Logan canyon. Sees little traffic because of approach. Morning shade and good after noon sun. The limestone is a little dirty so be careful holds can be loose.


Getting There 

Park at the same parking for Betagraph, pull off on the east side of the road just before the bridge. The trail is across the road and starts just before the guard rail starts.


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By Seth P
Jun 9, 2009

Yea. Be careful for the less run crags because there is a high likelihood that you will catch a hold in the face.