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Fishlake National Forest

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Meadow Canyon 

Fishlake National Forest 


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Elevation: 6,100'
Location: 38.8461, -112.2446 View Map  Incorrect?
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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


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Unknown 5.7+ 5a 15 V+ MVS 4b  UT : Fishlake National Forest : Meadow Canyon
A nice left-traversing, steep to slightly overhanging route on good jugs. Position belayer midway between first and last bolts on pretty steep slope. Climber starts over by the dihedral and climbs 5-6 feet up to a large shelf, where the first bolt can be clipped standing. From there the traverse left begins, over and up. crux is the last few feet between the last bolt and the anchors. After clipping the twin bolts on the lip, lower or walk off. Great for beginning lead!...[more]   Browse More Classics in UT

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