The Fringe Walls are actually a collection of four different walls. There is a good amount of history associated with these areas, as many early Indian Creek routes were done here. The Fringe Walls don't usually get a lot of traffic and are a nice change of pace, definitely worth the visit. From right to left the walls included in the Fringe area are...Scorpion Corner, Fringe of Death Canyon, Cactus Flower Buttress (Fringe Wall), and Fringe of Life Canyon. These walls have been grouped together due to their close proximity to one another. See the individual descriptions for exact route locations.
The Fringe Walls are located on the east side of the road just a little north of Battle of the Bulge and shortly before Scarface. There are several different pullouts/parking areas that are used to access the walls.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Fringe Walls:
Neutron Dance 5.10+ Trad, 2 pitches, 140 feet
Cactus Flower 5.10+ Trad, 3 pitches, 300 feet
The Sting 5.11+ Trad, 1 pitch, 80 feet
Warren's Roof Crack 5.12 Trad, 150 feet
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Cactus Flower 5.10+ UT : Moab Area : ... : Fringe Walls
This three pitch splitter is easily viewed from the road. It is a great route for those who like things a little wider.P1 - Climb a flake crack up about 20 feet to reach the start of the splitter. Continue up hands, which quickly become cups, and then fists to a fixed anchor. (5.10, 110')P2 - Continue up with more fists and offwidth past a drilled angle to a wide slot. Work into the slot and up to a fixed anchor. (5.10, 110')P3 - Hands, fists, and offwidth will take you to a slightly sandy finis...[more] Browse More Classics in UT