Wolfenstein Rock Rock Climbing
This is the next large buttress to the right of The Shadow Buttress
. The rock is a whiter color than most of the rock at Ibex and is generally good, solid quartzite. James Garret's Ibex guidebook lists only 2 routes on this wall, but a few more have been added over the years on the right side of the buttress.
Park somewhere convenient and hike up. Less than 5 minutes.
Climbing Season For the Ibex area.
Weather station 20.1 miles from here
2 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',2],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Wolfenstein Rock
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Wolfenstein Rock:
Wolfenstein 5.10 6b 20 VII- 19 E2 5b Trad, Sport, 2 pitches, 300'
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Wolfenstein 5.10 6b 20 VII- 19 E2 5b UT
: Wolfenstein Rock
Full-length route going up the center of the Wolfenstein buttress w/an awesome sport bolted offwidth 2nd pitch. A great way to sample some Ibex OW/chimney flavor without fear.P1) Starting on the right side of an overhang, climb cool white rock up moderate terrain (5.9/10a) past widely spaced bolts & some fixed gear (nuts & small cams help with the pucker factor). 2 bolt belay. 45-50m pitch.P2) Enter the maw, wiggle and squirm up the OW/squeeze chimney. Protect w/nuts and cams until the business ...[more] Browse More Classics in UT
By Eric Chabot
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Apr 8, 2016
As of 4/2/2016, a pair of Prairie Falcons have taken up residence in the Wolfenstein Buttress. They were observed making territorial flights and are or will be nesting in one of the cracks or cavities on the wall. Consider avoiding this formation and climbing elsewhere to give them the space they need.
My guess is that climbing on the Newlywed wall (or further right) or on the Shadow Buttress (or anything left) is less likely to disturb them. Keep an eye out for them, and if they make repeated flights by you while vocalizing (it is a long, high, shrill call) this is a sign that you may be disturbing their nesting territory.
By James Garrett
Nov 2, 2009
A trail, marked at the beginning by rock cairns has been constructed/made, hopeflly to decrease erosion and encourage people to take the same path to the foot of the crags. This remains a fragile environment. Thankyou for using and your help maintaining these various trails at the Ibex crags