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The Triple Towers are a cluster of Wingate towers near the end of the Mexican Mountain Road. You can see them way the hell up on a hillside from the wash that crosses the road just before Lone Rock. If you aren't sure where this is, just drive to the end of the Mexican Mountain road, turn around, and it is the first major wash you cross.
The approach to these towers is arduous. Hike up the wash a short distance to an old mining road that contours along the shoulder of the west side of Lone Rock. At the top of a small pass, keep following the road which at this point seems to be heading away from the towers. Before long, the road heads downhill and terminates in a streambed.
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The crux of this tower is definitely the approach as both pitches are mostly bolt ladders. They are steep and reachy bolt ladders though - the FA team did a really good job drilling from top steps, and you may have trouble making the reaches at all if you are shorter than 5'10".P1 - Either thrutch up the weird slot to a sloping ledge or climb low 5th class choss 15 feet to the west and walk along the sloping ledge until you can clip the first bolt. Climb the bolt ladder with an occasional free ...[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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