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Sunset Cliffs 


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Location: 40.1803, -111.5929 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Elwapofatty on Apr 29, 2011
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Description 

Great Limestone Climbing on Small edges and big moves. Wall is south facing. Best Climbing season is Late fall and early winter and spring.


Getting There 

Springville Foothills above the lime pile. Coming from the north on I-15 Take the First Springville Exit. Drive down 1400 North threw the intersection past the Mcdonalds. Continue about a mile. Turn Left onto 1150 North road bends to the right and turns into 800 East. Around 1000 North you will see a dirt road and a GIANT LIME PILE! Drive as close to the lime pile as you can. From on top of the lime pile hike north on the trail that leads up hill. Follow trail till a small gully on your right. Go up gully trail to the base of the cliff.


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By R O'Connor
Jan 29, 2012

Nice little crag. Climbs better than it looks. Except for hold your tongue.