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G Crags

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G Crags 

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East facing slabs.

Getting There 

There are two ways to get to these crags.
You can do the same approach as DBC Canyon (2.1 miles from I-70) then walk another 20 mins south, all told about 50 mins.
The other option if you have a 4 wheel drive/high clearance is go another mile (3.2 miles from I-70) past the DBC/Spotted Wolf parking to a right turn, and then a 1/4 mile brings one to the trail head to Uneva Mine Canyon. Walk up the road to the right, and at the top of the hill follow a path north along the slabs. About a 30 min walk.
Great Camping to be found at the head of Uneva Canyon.

10 Total Routes

['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',4],['1 Star',4],['Bomb',0]

Featured Route For G Crags
A) Reef Knot 5.6  <br />B) On a Wing and a Prayer 5.9+ R  <br />C) By The Seat of Your Pants 5.8 <br />D) The Mitten 5.8  <br />E) Middle Finger 5.6  <br />F) The Thumb 5.9-  <br />G) Slab Family Ross and Son 5.9  <br />H) Reefer Madness 5.9 R

On a Wing and a Prayer 5.9+ 5c 17 VI E1 5a UT : San Rafael Swell : ... : G Crags
Takes a direct Line between "Reef Knot" and "By the Seat of Your Pants".Start at the lowest point of the slab above the bushes in the wash between the two waves.P3 gives excellent sustained slab climbing. P1)Straight up easy slab and shallow groove/crack to cam anchors.190'5.3. P2)Continue up obvious shallow groove to double anchors above a dark colored slab.190'5.5. P3)Straight up the steepening slab past 4 bolts(go slightly right at the third bolt) . Then up to double anchors below an easy ang...[more]   Browse More Classics in UT

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