BETA PHOTO: A view of Stripe Rock not too far to the East. Th...
Located in Circle Creek Basin, there are a couple of good routes here, along with one very good moderate 5.6/7 bolted climb. The walk into the rock is pleasant, and the remoteness guarantees privacy. The rock is west facing with plenty of shade trees at the base.
Park at the Circle Creek Overlook Trailhead and walk straight down the trail/road for about a mile. The road loops at the end with Stripe Rock sitting directly in front of you the whole way.
Weather station 14.4 miles from here
3 Total Routes
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Cruel Shoes 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b ID
: City of Rocks
: Stripe Rock
A fun and easier multi pitch route that does top out. 3 pitches, with the option to do one or all, though rapping from any of the belay stations will take two ropes. The rating on the first pitch is 5.6, though it feels harder. It is all bolts, take 16-20 quickdraws. The descent is to the left then down a westward tending ramp to a single double rope rappell....[more] Browse More Classics in ID
Latest Regional Forum Messages
Up some 5.7 or 5.8 on Stripe Rock
Up the face and into the mossy crack
From: Alpine, Utah
Nov 23, 2012
You can easily downclimb from Cruel Shoes or Dykes by heading south down the low angle ridge line and then a little east near the bottom - should you ever find yourself on top without a rope