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Down by the stream east- and south-facing on good compact rock is this hidden gem. Some bolts and pitons, but gear is needed for most routes. Rappel anchors exist for the exits. Spring is not the best time due to the proximity of the stream.
Just across from JHCOB wall, in the first gully across the stream is this crag. Scramble down the hill and hop the stream.
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Right of the bolted line on the east face, is a finger crack that angles right. Climb this to the ledge and then angle left on the next crack, finally aiming for the tree at the top. Don't recall if that tree is still alive, though....[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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