Elevation: 4,499 ft
GPS: 36.144, -115.492 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Jeff McJenn on Oct 16, 2013
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Larry DeAngelo, Aaron Mc
Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details

Description

Shady all day except maybe from 11am - 2pm due to the shade the wash provides with trees. Very secluded due to the fact that the only people who would ever see this boulder are hardcore scramblers or trad climbers going to Frigid Air Buttress (and unless they wanted to warm up on a boulder a trad climber wouldn't waste his/her energy)

Getting There

Park in the Ice Box pullout and start to head down the trail as if you were going to go to the "waterfall" of Ice Box. After a 5 min hike or so you will start to see the wash on your left becoming deeper and deeper, look to your left and notice the canyon closer than that of the true Ice Box Canyon, this canyon is The Necromancer on the left wall and Frigid Air Buttress on the right wall. Drop into the wash when the main trail begins to pull away from being parallel with the wash, and start to head for this canyon. After about a 10 min hike you will begin to notice large boulders that the trail will actually go thru. Immediately after this you will see a short two move dyno on a small boulder I dubbed "Breaking the Ice" because this is where you enter a long wash of boulders with much more potential, hike about another 30 feet around a bend and you will notice the Tri-force boulder.

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