Autumn in lower Logan Canyon. Photo was taken from...
Limestone and quartzite climbing. Predominately sport routes. The approaches can be as small or as large as you desire, and there are many avenues for exploration. Certain climbs (21) to date have been closed to protect an endangered species (Maguire Primrose). Logan is a cool canyon, therefore winter rock-climbing is all but impossible.
Take US 89 up the canyon.
Weather station 1.2 miles from here
319 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',25],['3 Stars',145],['2 Stars',118],['1 Star',25],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Logan
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Logan:
Featured Route For Logan
Advanced Dynamics 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- 24 E4 6a UT
: Wasatch Range
: ... : Tangent Wall
Super fun route with lots of big moves on overhanging rock.Starts with easy climbing to the shelf, and gets fun after that. Big holds abound down low, but get increasingly smaller the higher you get. Extremely fun movement on excellent rock.The top out is the crux. Once you clip the last bolt, the holds seem to disappear. Once you figure out the beta, the small holds you have to use are good....[more] Browse More Classics in UT
Looking across the Cache Valley to the Wellsvilles...
Spencer tearing it up
BETA PHOTO: fucoidal quartzite as seen from the road at mile m...
BETA PHOTO: Lost Bolt 5.7
fun trad climb, rigth of the huge overhang climbs....
BETA PHOTO: upper and lower solar caves. Park at First practi...
BETA PHOTO: Rodent Ranch,Wall of Jericho, Dodge city, The Beta...
J-Dog is groping for luna
BETA PHOTO: at Mile Marker 463.1 there's First Practice Wall, ...
Cory is laying it down smoothly
BETA PHOTO: Second Practice Wall, near second dam. A Great pla...
BETA PHOTO: area 385 as seen from the road, Mile markers chang...
BETA PHOTO: Preston Pinnacle
The view from 5.8 wall looking out onto the valley
BETA PHOTO: the approach to 5.8 wall. the picture taken from t...
BETA PHOTO: Mullein Land as seen from the road, right before K...
By James Garrett
Jun 26, 2008
Logan Canyon is awesome and so many good routes and potential for so many new ones. I just visited the Muelline Wall Area for the first time, and as I hadn't even known about it before the current new guide, was wondering if this is in fact a "new area". One concern, though, to those doing the developing.
1. What is with the swingset gauge chain for the anchors?
2. How many inches of bolt are actually in the rock after being threaded through the piles of chain and washers?
3. My partner and I felt many anchors looked unsafe and the chain is just too thin on almost all of the routes up there and elsewhere? We didn't lower either, just rapped.
But certainly, all in all,.........great climbing you people up in Logan have...and keep up the good work scoping out such spectacular lines....more multi-pitch!!!! I love climbing to the tops of those beautiful limestone aretes and buttresses up in Logan!