Elevation: 5,902 ft
GPS: 40.186, -111.465 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Perin Blanchard on Oct 26, 2008 with 1 Suggestions
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

Description

A section of good-sized limestone cliffs along with numerous boulders, this area appears as Hobble Creek Canyon in the Ruckman guide.

There are three bolted sport lines, but lots of room for others. There are apparently a number of boulder problems that have also been done.

Apparently there are a lot of rattlesnakes in the area. The one time I visited the crag, I saw a small one.

Getting There

The crag is located up the right fork of Hobble Creek Canyon on Uinta National Forest land. Follow the road past the golf course and bear right at the fork. Note when the Uinta National Forest sign appears. Park at a turnout on the right, 1.5 miles past the sign (itÂ’s 9.2 miles from the I-15 freeway to the sign). The crag itself appears before the turnout and is quite obvious.

Slog up the hill to the crag, remarking in wonder (as Walt did) at all of the boulders.

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