A great little picnic area with a nice creek and huge trees that give loads of shade. The rock is broken and the climbing is steep with mixed bolts, pitons and gear placements. Many of the routes wander a bit and long draws seem to help a lot. A nice warm-up is Hibatchi Time but be sure to do Wienie Roast.
This is a Forest Service picnic area administered by a private company. Park across the road if you don't feel like paying the fee - just like Storm Mountain.
The first picnic area on the left after the S-curves. Walk up the staircase and to the wall at the back of the picnic area.
Weather station 0.4 miles from here
8 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',2],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]
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Latest Regional Forum Messages
From: Stony Brook, NY
Sep 5, 2013
The rockslides that occurred throughout the Wasatch in 2013 took out the picnic area so there aren't any benches and the trail is being reconstructed - it was simple to orient to the climbs without the tables.
Jan 26, 2014
Actually, the Forest Service spent over a month her this summer ('13), removing all the signs they could find of human impact. The elderly couples who serve as campground hosts for the commercial vendor decided they didn't like picking up the trash that was everywhere. The FS couldn't pay to keep it clean either so they decided to rip it out. It was a lot cleaner this summer so we'll see how it goes in the future.