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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Approach Trails = 4
Page Improvements = 3



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All 377 | Routes 59 | Areas 10 | Approach Trails | Photos 107 | Page Improvements 17 | Comments 81 | Posts 3 | Stars 96 | Ratings 4
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Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Right Fork > Walls of Liberation > TOW Jam (5.6)
By: Jason Stevens When: Dec 9, 2017

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Comments: PS: The first pitch is 5.6, but it's pretty sustained. It's one of the steepest 5.6's I've ever been on.


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Right Fork > Walls of Liberation > TOW Jam (5.6)
By: Jason Stevens When: Dec 9, 2017

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Comments: Noah and I added two additional pitches to this route today (12.9.17). A 70M rope is required.

P2: From the anchors, take two steps up and right into a pod. Continue right round a rib and clip the anchors on a project route. Continue right, climbing bolts up a rib and through a vertical section right of an overhang. 5.7 40'

P3: This pitch requires a 70M rope. Climb low angle rock and huge cobbles up the corner of the formation to a three anchor belay station located 20' short of the true s... more >>


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Right Fork > Walls of Liberation > Korengal Two-Step (5.8) > Photo
By: Jason Stevens When: Dec 2, 2017

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Comments: Bullets Over Baghdad is the arete on the left side fo the photo.


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Right Fork > Walls of Liberation > Scud Unknown Left (5.7+ R)
By: Jason Stevens When: Dec 2, 2017

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Comments: Noah and I added two bolts to the beginning of this route today (12.2.17 - yes, DECEMBER!). I really think this route was never completely finished and I didn't intend for the first bolt to be 20' off the deck. A fall would have resulted in an uneven ground fall, a ricochet off 4-5 big rocks and a 100' death tumble to the bottom of the gully. NO BUENO. It's one of the better routes in the area, and now it is accessible and safe for all.

In other words, as of December 2017, THIS ROUE IS NO ... more >>


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Right Fork > Cragganzenden
By: Jason Stevens When: Dec 2, 2017

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Comments: A cool little corridor secluded from the busier areas.


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Right Fork > Cragganzenden > Not as Beefy as Your Bolts (5.5)
By: Jason Stevens When: Dec 2, 2017

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Comments: Why the route name? Because compared to the insanely beefy 1/2 bolts on the other routes in the area, our 3/8 bolts are a bunch of SISSIES!


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Right Fork > Cragganzenden > Whoa Many So Manys (5.5)
By: Jason Stevens When: Dec 2, 2017

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Comments: A fun romp for sure. Longer than you expect, and with a great view! PS: How 'bout those insanely beefy bolts!!


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Right Fork > Walls of Liberation > Bullets Over Baghdad (5.6)
By: Jason Stevens When: Dec 1, 2017

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Comments: ...and did it again today while developing additional routs on the wall! A super fun romp. People should be lining up to do this thing.


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Maple Canyon Road > The Early Bird Crag > Return of the Drillslingers (5.8)
By: Jason Stevens When: Nov 24, 2017

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Comments: This route features an unusually high number of MASSIVE cobbles.


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Right Fork > Walls of Liberation
By: Jason Stevens When: Nov 24, 2017

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Comments: The best approach is made by hiking up the main road past Simpson Rock, then pass two additional small formations. A trail comes down from the corridor between This Scuds for You and the rock formation to the immediate south of the route. Use this trail.


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Right Fork > Walls of Liberation > Bullets Over Baghdad (5.6) > Photo
By: Jason Stevens When: Nov 24, 2017

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Comments: The route climbs up the prominent arete and ends under the summit roof.


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Right Fork > Walls of Liberation > Bullets Over Baghdad (5.6)
By: Jason Stevens When: Nov 24, 2017

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Comments: What a fun route! Did it again with Noah today. No snow and sunny skies two days after thanksgiving!!


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Maple Canyon Road > Maple Corridor > Pied Piper Wall > Farmer Blow (5.8)
By: Jason Stevens When: Oct 5, 2017

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Comments: Climbed this route again on 10.4.17, it is cleaning up very nicely, as are all of the routes on the wall.


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Middle Fork > The Hot Zone > Photo
By: Jason Stevens When: Apr 28, 2017

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Comments: In this photo the middle fork trail is in the trees at the bottom edge of the photo and climbs up canyon from right to left


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Maple Canyon Road > Box Canyon > EFS Wall > ... > Photo
By: Jason Stevens When: Apr 17, 2017

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Comments: Great pic, Thomas!! :)


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Maple Canyon Road > The Sushi Bar > Panty Dropper (5.6)
By: Jason Stevens When: Apr 15, 2017

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Comments: SO. MUCH. FUN!


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Maple Canyon Road > The Sushi Bar > Chopstick (5.6) > Photo
By: Jason Stevens When: Apr 15, 2017

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Comments: The top branches of the giant cottonwood spoken of can be seen above ad right of the gully.


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Maple Canyon Road > The Sushi Bar > Wasabi!! (5.8)
By: Jason Stevens When: Apr 15, 2017

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Comments: Solid rock and very clean for a brand new route. Big holds abound, and very nicely spaced bolts!


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Maple Canyon Road > The Sushi Bar > Big Man Sushi (5.5)
By: Jason Stevens When: Apr 13, 2017

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Comments: This route has an overabundance of BIG, HUGE, AWESOME HOLDS!!!


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Maple Canyon Road > The Sushi Bar
By: Jason Stevens When: Apr 13, 2017

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Comments: Noah and I intend to fully develop this area. I anticipate we could drill as many as 20 routes. We will keep ya posted!


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Maple Canyon Road > The Sushi Bar > Guano Tempura (5.6)
By: Jason Stevens When: Apr 13, 2017

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Comments: This route is dirty. The bottom 25' is super dirty. Everyone take a brush and clean. With a few ascents it will be polished and clean.

I have every expectation that when it is cleaned up it may be a contender for the best easy route in Maple. SUPER FUN! It has a little bit of everything...a couple of steep pumpy moves at the start (if this is your first Maple 5.6 it will be pumpy), an airy aerie under a roof, some exposure and it is long for the grade in Maple.


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Left Fork > Billy the Kid Wall > Photo
By: Jason Stevens When: Apr 8, 2017

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Comments: Great photo of a great location!


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Left Fork > Billy the Kid Wall > I'll Make you Famous (5.7) > Photo
By: Jason Stevens When: Apr 8, 2017

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Comments: A sweet location!!


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Left Fork > Billy the Kid Wall > Celsa Vaca (5.8)
By: Jason Stevens When: Apr 8, 2017

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Comments: The anchors were a little weird on this route from the beginning. People kept stealing the carabiner off the chain which made the cold-shut out of alignment. I pulled the anchor station, left one bolt with a hanger as a lead bolt and moved the anchor another 10' up the wall. It is now immediately under the overhang. The bolts are Fixe glue-ins and I installed steel Metolius captive Gym carabiners.

NOTE TO GREEDY AND LOW IQ FOLKS WHO PILFER ROUTE HARDWARE:

IF CARABINERS ARE ATTACHED ... more >>


Location: Utah > Maple Canyon > Maple Canyon Road > Maple Corridor > Pied Piper Wall > Rat Killer (5.6)
By: Jason Stevens When: Apr 5, 2017

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Comments: Rat Killer, Farmer Blow, Loogie and Monkey Nuts can all be set up for top rope by ascending the gully on the north (LH) side of the wall. Scramble around the back side of the Pied Piper Pinnacle then skirt the slabs right and onto a ledge system above the routes. Be cautious here...though the scrambling is barely 5th class and is progressively easier as you move around onto the ledge, a fall from the traverse would likely be fatal. Also, make sure no one is below you as you set up the routes. Lo... more >>


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