At the mouth of the canyon with a large roof. It has plenty of great sport routes.
The Super Bowl Wall is sunny from late morning until a couple of hours before sunset in the summer, or sunset in the winter. Never crowded.
Great winter crag when the sun is shining.
Bolted routes range from 5.9 to 5.12b with the majority 5.12.
Chossy rock, but mostly cleaned up.
Easy to see from the parking lot.
From the parking lot start on the paved path. Take the left fork and cross the streambed (or stream, in the Spring). Pass the round water tank on your left and take a path that angles uphill and right a bit.
Follow the path (avoiding the talus on your left) to the base of the light-colored wall directly above (The Jobsite
). Turn left (west) and head directly across the talus to some trees at the base of an overhanging, brown formation. Continue uphill and cross a small gully.
Continue west until you turn a corner and head uphill on some brown, sharp rock (Mineral Fork Tillite
). Follow the faint trail west and uphill that appears when you leave the tillite. This trail deposits you at the left side of the Super Bowl
Alternatively, just look at the picture
Weather station 1.7 miles from here
12 Total Routes
['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',6],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
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Overhanging roof with great jugs, although 1 or 2 key holds are hidden. Some reachy moves may be hard for short people. The entire route is overhung with barely any weight on your feet until the anchors. Climb it fast as you get pumped out of your mind hanging there looking for the next moves. Fun strong route. Great photo op with the valley & lake in the background ...[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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By Perin Blanchard
From: Orem, UT
Jun 12, 2007
A note on the description: In the late spring and summer Superbowl is in the shade about two hours or so before sunset.
Dec 19, 2009
3 days after a snowstorm this place is dry as a bone. The rock looks funky but climbs well with movement similar to the gym. Read: climbs like Chuckawalla but without the drive. So if you're jonesing to get out in the winter this place could break though the those blues for you.