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Spring Canyon 

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Location: 39.7003, -110.9204 View Map  Incorrect?
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Short sandstone, dirty in some places but still a good place to stop after work. Don't travel a long way to get there; it will let you down. But if you're in town stop by.

Getting There 

From Highway 6 get off at the Helper exit. Take North Main Street, passing a Shell gas station on your right.

Hang a left a couple streets down at Bryner Street. Go two blocks down to Spring Canyon Rd. and hang a right.

Follow this road until you see a a flag pole on the top of a small crag. The road will have a fork, there is a drop pit toilet on the left side of the fork. You will be facing the crag directly. There will also be a blue-painted rock on top.

If you pass the toilet you have gone too far; if you park by the toilet the routes are behind you.

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The Lieback 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b  UT : Spring Canyon
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By kylekapp
Mar 21, 2011

anybody have a topo of this area by chance?

By Darren Knezek
Mar 21, 2011

It's in "Rock Climbing Utah" as well as "Desert Rock IV".

By kylekapp
Mar 22, 2011

I saw the topo in "Rock Climbing Utah" but it didn't have a lot of the routes I saw there. I'll take a look at "Desert Rock IV" though, thanks. Also, the only topo that I could find online was on kind of a goofy site and it showed that the 5.7 Lieback was 5.10a.

By Brian in SLC
Mar 22, 2011

Also in "Spring Canyon Crag a guide to climbing in Carbon County" by, I think, Cory Pincock.