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Ashley Creek Bouldering

Ashley Creek Bouldering Rock Climbing 


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Elevation: 6,257'
Location: 40.56408, -109.60884 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq, Kristine Hoffman (sitewide)
Submitted By: thebehaviorist on Sep 29, 2014
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BETA PHOTO: Ashley creek boulders are pebble conglomerate sand...

Description 

Bouldering on the north slope of a hillside below a short rock band and east of Ashley Creek. The areas is on dirt and has many boulders of sandstone. Routes are clean though some are grainy. Most of area lends itself to V0-V3. There is some potential on some boulders (Rock of Ages)for harder problems. The ares is about a mile long and .5 miles wide up to and including the cliff band. Landing areas can be muddy in the spring if winter is wet.

Getting There 

Driving toads Vernal from Roosevelt on US 40 turn Left at about marker 141. Drive north on 2500 West for nine miles and take dirt road to left bearing left to creek and parking. Parking anywhere in the last mile will get you to bouldering. Option. .2 miles before the turn to left, there is a two track that will take you to the middle of the bouldering. 4 wheel drive may be necessary depending on conditions and clearance.

Climbing Season

For the All Locations area.

Weather station 3.2 miles from here


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Rock Climbing Photo: Overview map.  Shows road 4x4 trail that accesses ...
BETA PHOTO: Overview map. Shows road 4x4 trail that accesses ...
Rock Climbing Photo: Petrified wood and pockets.
BETA PHOTO: Petrified wood and pockets.
Rock Climbing Photo: East side.  Near the ridge.
BETA PHOTO: East side. Near the ridge.
Rock Climbing Photo: Unknown boulder with potential.
BETA PHOTO: Unknown boulder with potential.

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By Langdon DeCamp
Oct 3, 2015
The boulders are fairly clean but can be chausy and unstable depending on the route. Please remember that these are sandstone so don't climb if it has rained in the past 30 or so hours.
By Kyle Hanus
Sep 2, 2017
chossy but still climbable

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