Camping at Ibex?


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Peter Ashcroft · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Sep 2011 · Points: 0

Thinking of visiting Ibex for the first time. As far as I can tell there are absolutely no facitilites there, but we are free to camp wherever we want, (assuming we leave no trace, etc.). Is there anything else we should know?

Doug Colwell · · Boise, ID · Joined Oct 2012 · Points: 5

Bring your golf clubs. Best course in utah

Perin Blanchard · · Orem, UT · Joined Oct 2005 · Points: 8,260

No water, no wood, 50 miles from anywhere, and (at least the last time I was out that direction) about 20 miles from cell phone coverage.

Be self-sufficient.

elwood · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 2006 · Points: 85
Jon Marek · · Sioux Falls, SD · Joined Sep 2009 · Points: 2,515

Often super windy. Please keep your camp tidy or you might unintentionally become a litter-bug. There are less windy areas to camp but they are a bit far from the ibex main walls. Some great camping, and a beautiful setting, can be found a half-hour north of ibex near the entrance to notch peak (while you are there you must climb the anti-crack). Have fun!

Greg Gavin · · SLC, UT · Joined Oct 2008 · Points: 713

Fossil Mountain which is like a 15 min drive has better camping that staying at the ibex boulders. Pinyon forest with some cool boulders around.

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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