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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
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All 227 | Routes 38 | Areas 5 | Approach Trails | Photos 68 | Page Improvements | Comments 43 | Posts 5 | Stars 61 | Ratings 7
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Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Rock Climbing Photo: Finally, a place to place..... a #4 should do the ...

Finally, a place to place..... a #4 should do the job.

Utah > Cedar City > ... > The Cave Route (5.9)

Sep 30, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Jared doing the crux of the Cave Route.

Jared doing the crux of the Cave Route.

Utah > Cedar City > ... > The Cave Route (5.9)

Sep 30, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Jared just before the Crux of the Cave Route.

Jared just before the Crux of the Cave Route.

Utah > Cedar City > ... > The Cave Route (5.9)

Sep 30, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: The Cave Route Topo

The Cave Route Topo

Utah > Cedar City > ... > The Cave Route (5.9)

Sep 30, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: East aspect of East Buttress. The route on the rig...

East aspect of East Buttress. The route on the right is the 5.6 route.

Utah > Cedar City > ... > West Terr

Jun 18, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Route on the west aspect of the west buttress. The...

Route on the west aspect of the west buttress. There is another bolt in the large pocket in between the 2nd and 3rd bolt and another one between the fourth bolt and the anchors.

Utah > Cedar City > ... > West Terr

Jun 18, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Hard Sport route on the north aspect of the main r...

Hard Sport route on the north aspect of the main rock formation. 3 bolts to chain anchors.

The People of Mountain Proj... > Jared R > 3 Peaks Topos

Jun 18, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Short 5.7 trad route to chain anchor.

Short 5.7 trad route to chain anchor.

The People of Mountain Proj... > Jared R > 3 Peaks Topos

Jun 18, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: Looking south at the main rock formation.

Looking south at the main rock formation.

The People of Mountain Proj... > Jared R > 3 Peaks Topos

Jun 18, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: West aspect of West Buttress.

West aspect of West Buttress.

The People of Mountain Proj... > Jared R > Bowling Alley topos

Jun 18, 2009

Rock Climbing Photo: East aspect of West Buttress of the Bowling Alley....

East aspect of West Buttress of the Bowling Alley. 5.6 route is the route on the right.

The People of Mountain Proj... > Jared R > Bowling Alley topos

Jun 18, 2009

Contributed Comments

 

Location: Utah > Saint George > Snow Canyon State Park > The Breakfast Nook > Colliewobbles (5.10a)
By: Jared R When: Jul 18, 2016

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Comments: There are new bolts on this and what looked like ring anchors at the top. This is my assessment from the ground.


Location: Utah > Cedar City > Three Peaks > Trump or Hillary (5.7+)
By: Jared R When: Jul 13, 2016

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Comments: Thus is the funnest trad route that I have climbed so far at 3 peaks.


Location: Utah > Saint George > Coral Canyon Ridge > Unknown (5.4)
By: Jared R When: Apr 21, 2016

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Comments: Easy route with big holds the entire way. There was quite a bit of loose rock on this though which made it a good head game exercise. With a little more traffic this will be a great beginner sport lead.


Location: Utah > Saint George > Coral Canyon Ridge > Hump Like a Beetle (5.8)
By: Jared R When: Apr 21, 2016

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Comments: Fun route. A little bit if loose rock under the roof but after that it's great! Shares anchor chains with the route to the left so there is a little traverse at the top.


Location: Utah > Cedar City > Sprocket Rocks > Unknown (5.6)
By: Jared R When: May 13, 2014

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Comments: Just changed it to 5.6.


Location: Utah > Saint George > Shotgun Alley
By: Jared R When: Sep 11, 2013

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Comments: Went to scope these out today and it was raining the entire time so we never got to climb. The Rock is super solid and is almost identical to that of the Gunks in New York. It seems to be hard enough to climb when wet, as we were pulling on lots of holds (not any on existing routes) and there was no breakage. It has been raining in the St. George area for a solid week now so if they were able to be broken when wet they would have. Like I said, this rock type looks and feels identical to that ... more >>


Location: Nevada > Southern Nevada > Red Rock > Calico Basin > Riding Hood Wall > Big Bad Wolf (5.9)
By: Jared R When: Sep 23, 2012

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Comments: We climbed this Yesterday, Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012. It was a great route. We combined the first 2 pitches with a 60M and 17-18 draws. The first pitch was steep and fun. The third pitch slab was my favorite and was very enjoyable. Great route! We rapped the route with a 60M rope in 3 rappels. Much better and easier than the walk off descent.


Location: Nevada > Southern Nevada > Red Rock > Calico Basin > Riding Hood Wall > Physical Graffiti (5.6)
By: Jared R When: Sep 23, 2012

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Comments: I think that the first pitch was great and easy. The second pitch was much, much harder, in my opinion than the first pitch. It felt sustained and harder than the 5.6 rating. It was a good route though. Definitely worth doing.

The descent was not good. Next time I would just rap the route to the left, Big Bad Wolf in 4 raps with a 60M rope.


Location: Nevada > Southern Nevada > Red Rock > Black Velvet Canyon > Whiskey Peak > Frogland (5.8)
By: Jared R When: Sep 23, 2012

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Comments: Just did this route on Friday, Sept 21, 2012 and it was fun. There was a loose block about 2 moves after the roof traverse on pitch 4 that looks like a great hold, but would come down with little effort.

The best pitch was the 5th/chockstone pitch because there were a lot of different types of climbing, thin crimps on the slab, chimneying, jamming and slab climbing after the chockstone. The rest of the climb was ok but the 5th pitch made it worth it.

With a 60M rope we climbed the 5th pitch ... more >>


Location: Utah > Cedar City
By: Jared R When: Apr 6, 2012

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Comments: The road is usually open all year,however, there was a huge landslide this fall that took out about 1500' of the road and they are currently removing dirt and repairing/rebuilding the road.


Location: Nevada > Southern Nevada > Keyhole Canyon
By: Jared R When: Mar 20, 2012

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Comments: There is so much potential for really easy, Mountaineering style trad routes here. I was amazed at the route possibilities that abound in this little area. Great little area to climb and a cool place to be when Red Rocks gets too crowded.


Location: Nevada > Southern Nevada > Keyhole Canyon > Lower Canyon > Front Slabs > Born Talking (5.8)
By: Jared R When: Mar 20, 2012

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Comments: Fun, sustained route. It is more sustained than Shoshone of Tears but about the same grade.


Location: Nevada > Southern Nevada > Keyhole Canyon > Lower Canyon > Front Slabs > Shoshone Tears (5.8)
By: Jared R When: Mar 20, 2012

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Comments: I was there on March 17th, 2012 and there were anchor bolts at about 100 feet up on the large ledge for toproping. I added 2 quicklinks, cordalette and a rap ring for the decent. Fun route with a committing crux. The first pitch is about 5.8 with 12 bolts. The route is overall easier than 5.8, but the Crux is a committing 5.8 move and is super fun.


Location: Nevada > Southern Nevada > Keyhole Canyon > Lower Canyon > Front Slabs > Red Shoes (5.7)
By: Jared R When: Mar 20, 2012

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Comments: This route has 11 bolts if I remember correctly. I thought that it was enjoyable and the crux was pretty fun with cool holds.


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