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Description

This is on the east side of the park. It includes Corridor Wall and Titanic Boulder.

Quite a few problems ranging from slab to major-overhang are in this area. The main “Corridor” holds multiple problems ranging from beginner to V3+ on perfect flat-landings. It is a great place to try different dynos and other variations. The other boulders just north of The Corridor hold several harder problems in a few caves with most of them having top-outs. On a hot day, the main Corridor area is filled with sun until the afternoon, but the caves stay shady.
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Getting There

Enter via the East Entrance (also known as the South Entrance), the one with the visitor center.



Park at the Canyon Point parking lot (the largest one with the facilities present. You can take the Inner Canyon Trail or the Lake Gulch Trail, both are roughly the same distance/time.

Inner Canyon Trail: once at the bottom of the creek, hike for ~10 minutes. You will come to an large open area where there are a series of stairs and bridges. To your left will be the Creekside Boulders, a popular warm-up spot.

At the top of the first set of stairs (they head left and go down towards the river) is a boulder with a trail heading towards the right and uphill. Follow this trail to a cliff-face, then head along the cliff-face to the right, climb-up a 3 foot ledge, and you will enter the main Corridor area.

This photo provides an view of where you head up the hill:

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