Elevation: 7,655 ft
GPS: 37.625, -112.932 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: the professor on Sep 29, 2018
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq
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Description

This is yet another sandstone/limestone crag in the canyon. There was one trad route (which for lack of information I'll refer to as the "Original Route") put up in the 1990's, but the area was rediscovered in 2013. It has been a secret development until recently. A new group apart from the development team have started improving the access trail, so The Rest Home is no a longer secret!

The cliff is shaded in the morning (for summer activity) and sunny in the afternoon (for fall/spring activity). There is snow on the approach hike most of the winter. Melting icicles and wet cracks are also a winter/spring issue.

Getting There

Park at the Highway 14 pullout closest to the cliff (use the satellite photo). Walk immediately upstream from where Crow Creek passes under Highway 14. Look on the east side of Highway 14 for the start of the path. Once you find the start the rest is obvious. (This trail needs more stairs to avoid erosion. Hopefully the new group working on the path will continue their excellent start....)

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Routes Mostly Face: West
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