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Fishlake National Forest

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Fishlake National Forest 


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Elevation: 6,100'
Location: 38.8461, -112.2446 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq, Kristine Hoffman
Submitted By: Aaron Shields on Jul 28, 2012
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Description 

A southern spur of the Wasatch Mountain Range, the Fishlake National Forest area is surrounded by I-15, I-70 and US HWY 50 in central Utah.

The area is pretty remote; not much has been developed as of yet. A lot of potential exists for trad and sport climbing, though.


Getting There 

From Salt Lake Area: Take I-15 southbound. I-15 and US HWY 50 diverge in Scipio, Utah.

From St George Area: Take I-15 northbound. I-15 and I-70 diverge near the Cove Fort Historical Site, about 27 miles north of Beaver, Utah


8 Total Routes


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Featured Route For Fishlake National Forest
Head straight to the chains from the 5th bolt, or go right, clip the sixth, and top out.

Last Train to Chossville 5.10b/c 6b 20 VII E2 5b  UT : Fishlake National Forest : Meadow Rappel Rock
This route climbs the southeast face of the blunt arete. Relatively easy start on crumbly, nerve-wracking rock up to a tricky third clip (crux 1). Then continue up the overhang on good holds, clip the fourth bolt, and mantle (crux 2). Slightly runout, slabby climbing through the fifth to the chains. There is an optional bolt to the right of the roof for topping out if you're so inclined....[more]   Browse More Classics in UT

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