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Located just south-east of the city of Spanish Fork, Spanish Fork Canyon is home to a smattering of minor ice climbs and widely-scattered rock climbs on sandstone and conglomerate.
US Highway 6 follows Spanish Fork Canyon south over Soldier Summit (7,477 ft./2,279m) and then back down through Price Canyon (65 miles from SF to Price). This is a scenic drive full of wildlife with the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest on the north side of the canyon and the Manti-La Sal National Forest on the South side.
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The Pricecicle WI4 UT : Wasatch Range : ... : Spanish Fork Canyon / Hwy 6...
Also known as The Dirtcicle this drip is found adjacent to Highway 6, if there were a pullout there one could belay from the passenger seat. It's usually one of the first climbs in Utah to show up, and is a good indicator of probable ice being found in Joe's Valley.Not the best place to climb but this is often in before anything else....[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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