There is a group of large, limestone boulders at the mouth of Rock Canyon on the south side. There are two short, bolted routes and probably a bunch of boulder problems.
The Ruckman guide also mentions "[a]n old fixed aid line" on the north side of the lowest boulder. There are three ancient pins down low.
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.
A very short, crimpy and balancy route on the north side of a limestone boulder.The route starts just less than vertical and gets slightly overhanging. There are a few crimps, a couple of sidepulls and a sloper or two. Juggy holds right at the top.There is a (very) short crack to the right of the last bolt.Don't blow the second clip; it'd probably be painful. You can walk off the backside if you don't feel like lowering or rappelling....[more]Browse More Classics in UT