Gorgeous sandstone canyon with great solitude.
Park at the Taylor Creek Trailhead. Walk east a mile or so to the first historic cabin (appears on your left). Take a faint trail north and join the creek bed of the stream that comes out of the North Fork. Follow this creek bed until you have to leave to approach your selected climb.
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Solstice of Change 5.10+ Trad, 2 pitches, 320 feet
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Solstice of Change 5.10+ UT : Zion National Park : ... : North Fork of Taylor
PITCH 1: Start up a gorgeous splitter crack in the middle of the slab. The crack starts with hand jams. When the crack narrows to blue TCUs traverse right about 20 feet (a little heady) to join another splitter crack, which again starts with hands. Belay here to reduce rope drag, or continue up this splitter which narrows to fingers. Again, make a crack switch left to a right facing corner about 5 feet left. Mantle onto a small ledge at the base of a slanting, low-angle offwidth. Continue u...[more] Browse More Classics in UT