The Cabin Wall and the Island are both closed to climbing
The Cabin Wall and the Island are closed. In regard to the rest of the areas in Escalante "Continued use of this area relies on good stewardship and a relationship of trust with the landowner."
Respect local residents, cattle and wildlife by following the posted speed limit of 20 mph.
Minimize user impact by staying on established trails and roads.
Park off the road in established pull-offs or parking areas.
Pack out human waste and garbage.
Keep noise to a minimum.
Portions of Escalante Canyon are active ranching areas. Keep pets under leash control at all times.
No fires and no discharge of firearms.
Camp in established areas only. No camping on private property.
Private Property - Cabin Wall and the Island are now closed.
The Cabin Wall and the Island are now Closed.
This has thin aiding right off the deck in a mostly splitter seam. The crux for me was negotiating the chossy horizontal traverse, I placed one knifeblade there, but other clean trickery should eliminate that. There were some pin scars for the first 15', but then they stopped after that leading me to believe prior attempts bailed. Still, it may have been done before. This is great mid-grade aid practice for bigger walls.
You could take a lot in the C3 #00 and #000 sizes and nothing over C3 #1. It takes some brass offsets and regular, a set of small stoppers, and possibly one knifeblade for the traverse - this could probably be bypassed. There is a 2 bolt anchor with tat.