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Climbing in LCC or BCC This Weekend - 11/11, 11/12

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Prametheus · · Jackson's Hooooleeeeeee, WY · Joined May 2013 · Points: 55

Hi Everybody,

I'm new to SLC and haven't climbed in the Wasatch.  Looking to get out with a friend this weekend but am concerned about temps being too cold.  SO - what is a good south facing crag in either LCC or BCC?  Hoping to bask in the sun like a lizard on a skillet.  Trad or sport - it don't matter.  Hoping to cruise some classics.  How is the Green Adjective Gully this time of year?  Any input is appreciated!!!



grog m · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Aug 2012 · Points: 70

If its sunny out green adjective has some good routes for warmth (not all of them). Bongeater and mexican crack are pretty warm as well. 

If you want to be a lizard on a skillet...probably should head to joes valley or moab. 

J Saarela · · Park City · Joined May 2015 · Points: 190

Most of the noteworthy climbs in LCC will be on the North side of the road. For Green A, the west side of the gully will have sun til around 2 or 3; the east side will get sun starting around 10 or 11. Many other crags face more directly south (schoolroom, Crescent crack, Kermit's, waterfront, etc) so they're good any time. 

For BCC, maybe look at parts of storm mountain, mule hollow, gully of higher education, or red rock wall (if it's still dry).

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