BETA PHOTO: A few mellow problems found here- from left of the...
Great place to escape the heat in late summer/fall. Boulders are shaded in the summer, and hardly ever see any traffic it seems. The rock is all really solid and similar to Joe's Valley sandstone.
Most problems here seem really hard, although there are a few V3 and under that you can play around on and enjoy a secluded afternoon.
From I-15, head onto US-6 E From Spanish Fork towards Price for about 46 miles, then turn right into the Rec. Area. From the south, the recreation area is only about 15 miles from the town of Price.
Follow the road up for a few hundred feet until you come to a sharp left turn with a parking area to the right(small, for about 4 cars). The trail leading to the boulders is located just to the left of the drainage behind the parking. Follow the trail up the hill and you'll start seeing boulders with chalk marks on them
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Price Canyon:
Stand start with you right hand on a side pull and your left fingers in a thin crack. Pull left to a deep dish and traverse a bit on thin feet. Top out straight over the dish.The problem is slabby, so its pretty fun if you're into that. One of the cracks near the top out is nice and deep, but feels like it'll catch you finger and rip it off if you fall; to be fair, that's probably just an irrational fear of mine. I wasn't scared enough to not use it; it's pretty easy to n...[more]Browse More Classics in UT
Hey, thanks for putting these boulders up. The area these boulders are located in is called the "Price Is Right Boulders." Farther up the hill from this group of boulders there is another area called "Wheel of Fortune Boulders."