Elevation: 10,119 ft
GPS: 40.481, -112.631 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Connor England on Aug 11, 2012 with updates from David LeBaron
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq
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Access Issue: Day Use Must Park Outside Campground Details

Description

Cliff/Fin that sticks out from the steep hillside. Cliff is about 15 feet wide, 30 feet long, 60 feet high. Go in the evening, never crowded.

Getting There

Follow signs from Grantsville that take you to South Willow Canyon Rd. Once going up the canyon watch for the large cliff edge sticking out of the hillside (Can easily be seen from the road). Turn left at the only Scout Camp Ground sign right after seeing the cliff, then drive to the end of the dirt trail to the parking at the end. Follow the dirt trail alongside the sketchy hill side( be careful its pretty steep..)to the cliff. Enjoy!

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David LeBaron
Grantsville,UT
David LeBaron   Grantsville,UT
Pretty sure the well known name of this cliff is not Suicide. Although, I know that a lot of canyons have a cliff named that. For a lot of recreational users, it's called Lovers Leap. There is also an old Native American story to go along with it. Jul 4, 2017
David LeBaron
Grantsville,UT
David LeBaron   Grantsville,UT
I've done some work to make this cliff more easily approachable, and manageable at the belay. But people need to park outside of the campground and walk in. It is still a short approach. Jul 5, 2017