Kinda like Dylan Wall with a burly approach and longer climbs. Most climbs follow obvious crack systems in the wall. Massive area with little to no route development. EXPECT SOFT ROCK! Very remote location.
This area is south of I-70. Exit at Temple Mountain Road and head south towards Hidden Splendor Mine. Head right at the junction for Hidden Splendor Mine and follow the signs to Reds Canyon. This is a popular ORV trail and most of the climbs are at the end of the Reds Canyon portion of the Reds Canyon Loop. This area is just past the Muddy Creek area in Reds Canyon.
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Ninja Tape Gloves Version 2.0 5.12a Trad, Sport, 2 pitches, 160 feet
Samurai Piton 5.12b PG13 Trad, 3 pitches, 200 feet
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Ninja Tape Gloves Version 2.0 5.12a UT : San Rafael Swell : ... : Reds Canyon
Follow an obvious ever changing crack system to anchors. It's still kinda dirty in the crack and the route still needs some cleaning, but is significantly cleaner than first ascent. Multiple cruxes and very sustained. Second pitch has two bolts to finish the route before the chains. First anchors are about 75 feet up and second anchors are about 160 feet up. It ends just shy of the black streak about 25 feet below it. First pitch has been freed at 5.11d, second pitch still needs red point....[more] Browse More Classics in UT