Lisa Falls August 2010
Hike 200 yards up a gently sloping, well-maintained trail to Lisa Falls Buttress
Cross the stream and continue west then north along a faint bushy trail to reach Lisa Falls West
Cross the stream and scramble 100 yards up a steep trail (just left of the waterfall) to reach Freedom Wall
This is a beautiful area frequented by hikers and climbers. Many routes are in the shade at various times of the day. The nearby flowing water also cools the area. All the fixed anchors are relatively new and of high quality. Routes are clustered in 3 distinct areas.
These slabs are particularly well-suited to beginner climbers or those just looking for a casual jaunt up the rock while being surrounded by the beauty of trees and a nearby waterfall. The routes here are among the easiest on the difficulty scale. Beginner climbers are cautioned to pay close attention to the protection rating for individual routes, as a few are runout.
This wall has sport routes on it that face northwest and are all shady in the morning.
3rd Class scrambling is required left of the waterfall to approach this area. It will not faze most climbers. Exercise care, particularly during periods of high water flow.
This wall is steep and features cracks and holds that continuously diagonal right/up. The wall faces east and is located in a relatively narrow slot that remains shady for most of the day.
Weather station 4.2 miles from here
26 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',14],['1 Star',10],['Bomb',2]
Classic Climbing Routes in Lisa Falls
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Top It Off 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b UT
: Wasatch Range
: ... : Lisa Falls West
Top It Off starts off with a 5.9 crux that is thinner and steeper than anything on Red Eye Express (although similar in nature). Midway through the route, there are some great cracks. A small bulge must be reckoned with to reach the belay. More easy pockets and edges on a low incline lead above the belay anchors to a rightward arching lip. A lieback crux guards the top. A rightward shuffle leads to the anchor. I wouldn't be surprised if most people skip the top 40 feet or so and just do th...[more] Browse More Classics in UT
Lisa Falls, early August in a dry summer.
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