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By Tristan Higbee
Apr 7, 2012
There's a short cliff/boulder (Hadrian's Boulder) south of Hadrian's Wall that has a steep south and west side. It has fun problems on it with potential for more.
There's room for couple shorter (3-4 bolt) routes on the wall to the left of Hadrian's Wall, too.
I was listening to the excellent History of Rome podcast as I was bolting and cleaning the routes, hence the names.
By Andrew Gram
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Apr 11, 2012
|I checked it out today after work, and I thought it was a fun little crag for locals who live in the Avenues or Capitol Hill. I don't think the shorter wall is worth bolting. Still a bit loose, but totally manageable.|
Jul 2, 2012
Was here saturday and had a great time. A few comment for other heading over:
Approaching in flipflops or clogs in not recommended... The trail is slippery and you will get hot rocks in your shoes (it burns).
Holds felt solid, but make sure to be aware belaying.
Might want to consider some gardening at the base. Plants in the way of belay stances.
Otherwise a great new crag, props to the developers!
By Dela Rig
Apr 9, 2013
|Pros: Fast approach and close to the city Cons: Cant think of a worse climb in Utah|
By Leland McCarthy
From: Salt Lake, UT
May 30, 2013
All the routes were a bit dirty, but nothing too sketch. Putting a helmet on your belay may be a wise idea though.
The southern (left) most routes were perfect to teach my friends to lead climb on. The Milvian Bridge route (third from left) had a really janky bolt setup at the top. Two bolts where the chains had been mated. May want to consider rebolting.
In all, a good place to be on a cool day if you're looking to learn to lead climb or want to get some climbing in on a time crunch. Beware of big wasp nests on Trajan's Column though.