The Temple of Sinawava contains the crags at the end of the Zion Canyon scenic road. There is a bit of cragging in the vicinity but the centerpiece of the area is the classic free route Monkeyfinger (5.12 IV).
Take the shuttle bus (or drive in the off-season) to the very end of the road. Monkeyfinger follows the darkly varnished corner (look for the slings on the anchors) on the southwest-facing wall about 100 yards down from the parking area.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Temple of Sinawava:
The Pulpit 5.5 C1 Aid, 2 pitches, 50 feet, Grade II
Swoop Gimp or Be Dust 5.9 C3 Trad, Aid, 10 pitches, Grade V
Unknown Left - AKA: Toilet Crack Left 5.9+ Trad, 1 pitch, 80 feet
Tourist Crack 5.10a Trad, 1 pitch, 100 feet
Monkeyfinger 5.12 Trad, 9 pitches, 900 feet, Grade IV
The Silverback 5.12+ Trad, 5 pitches, 700 feet, Grade IV
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The Silverback 5.12+ UT : Zion National Park : Temple of Sinawava
What a route! Excellent. At only 700 feet, this is one big little wall. Pitch 1: Munge Tower- a sandbox down low leads to a descent 5.9 squeeze chimney. Two thirds of the way up, you reach a ledge with an alternate belay...skip it using your trusty 70m rope- continue up, sliding a purple #5 BD up the 5.9 ow all the way to the top of the tower. A single set of cams with nuts are all you need for this pitch. 2 bolt belay.Pitch 2: The Leaning Corner- bring up the second, and move your belay l...[more] Browse More Classics in UT