West facing, short, easy, mostly bolted routes on quality rock. Quick approach, popular, good for beginning leaders.
As you approach Rock Canyon from the parking area, this will be the first rock on the right. As you are hiking you will see a water tank on your left. Red Slab is the slab on the south side of the road at the entrance to the canyon proper. Hike up and to the right for a 5 minute approach from the "old" road. Approximately 10-15 minute approach from the parking lot.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Red Slab:
This was one of the first routes in Rock Canyon. Red Slab travels up beautiful rock with easy but airy moves, making it one of the most popular routes in the canyon.As you climb up to the Red Slab crag from the main Rock Canyon trail the Red Slab route is the second line of bolts that you come to once you have reached the main slab of red rock.As should be the case with all top rope anchors PLEASE do not top rope off from the chains. Do the right thin...[more]Browse More Classics in UT
Red slab is okay. It's a good place to bring a big group because it's easy to set a lot of topropes. I am not a huge fan in general because it's usually more crowded and the sun beats down on you fierce most of the climbing season. It's nice because it's quick to get there and easy to toprope if you're bringing beginners.
there are a few anchors up top that have come loose. This wall needs some work, i will be going up early tomorrow with my baby sister to take care of the issues on the wall. it would be great if climbers could stay off red slab for the duration of the morning to allow us to do the work that is required for the safety of all the other climbers that use this wall. its up to the ones that know how to look after everyone else. thanks climbers, and safe climbing
I was over at the 5.5 Playground route and I noticed another route a few feet to the right of this route. I climbed it and it seemed like a 5.6-7 but I cant find any info. It was a fun clean climb and the last move was pretty run out making it even better! Does anyone know what this route is called?