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There is a group of large, limestone boulders at the mouth of Rock Canyon on the south side. There is one short, bolted route and probably a bunch of boulder problems.
Walk up canyon on the south paved road until the Bonneville trail appears on the right. Take the trail west. The trail to Dr. Teeth will appear on the left (avoid the first, steep "trail", which is basically just an eroded track straight up and take the second trail which heads southeast and up.
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Kevorkian 5.11b/c 6c+ 23 VIII- 24 E4 6a UT : Wasatch Range : ... : Mouth Boulders
This thing is about as fun as a 20 foot route can get. The bottom part is thin, balancy, and crimpy. This takes you to a pretty good rest on flakes under the roof. Then prepare to make a couple super burly, insecure moves over the roof to the chains. Using the right arete on the bottom part or the left arete at the top reduces the difficulty and fun. In other words, they're there to assist your redpoint suicide....[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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