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DescriptionThis crag offers a whole bunch of moderate routes. The quartzite is a bit weathered, but the climbing is fun, the approach is easy, and everything can be toproped or lead. The routes range from easy 5.6 to 5.10a. All of the routes are bolted with nice new hardware. Each route is labeled with name and rating.
This is a great place to take beginners or just to get a few good afternoon climbs in close to the south end of the valley.
I had heard, and judging by the names of the routes, that the climbs on this crag have been put up by a dentist. If you live in the south end of the valley don't miss climbing on this wall.
Getting ThereThis crag is across from, and slightly to the west of, the South Mountain Golf Course club house. The address to the golf course is 1247 Mike Weir Drive, Draper, UT, 84020.
Take either the I-15 to the Draper Bluffdale exit, or take 1300 East under the bridge to Highland Drive. Turn South on Mike Weir Drive following the signs to the golf course. You will want to take the west exit out of the round about. You will see the rock on up on the hill. There is a dirt parking lot on the south side of the road with a sign for Red Rock. This parking lot has a trail that will take you up to the Bonneville Shoreline trail.
Take the trail west for less and an 1/8th of a mile, until you see a Red Rock trail head sign on your left. Take this trail another 500 feet up to the rock.
Classic Climbing Routes at Red Rock
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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