Bridge Mountain Rock Climbing
Emily Reinsel moves onto the arete of P10.
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Bridge Mountain is situated between the Confluence area and the Gatekeeper. AM shade, coming into the sun around 14:00. Rock is generally good, but many ledge and terrace system break the wall up.
Approach either either continue past the Confluence crag or straight up a wash from the area around the old visitor center.
Weather station 1.7 miles from here
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Classic Climbing Routes in Bridge Mountain
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Bridge Mountain:
ACL Arete 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ 20 E3 5b Trad, 19 pitches, 1500'
Featured Route For Bridge Mountain
ACL Arete 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ 20 E3 5b UT
: Zion National Park
: Bridge Mountain
ACL Arete is a good route that climbs the right side of Bridge Mountain. As a long 5.10 route in Zion, this is safe with generally excellent rock and a couple of great pitches. The full route is 19 pitches, but many parties stop after P10.P1 28m 5.10+: Awesome entrance moves through an overhang into a featured finger crack. Two bolts. Bolted belay.P2+P3 45m 5.9-: Start up the bushy corner then move left following bolts to fixed belay.P4 30m 5.10+: Excellent rock, fun moves and an airy position m...[more] Browse More Classics in UT