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Culvert Canyon Block Tower Rock Climbing 

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Tower located to the right of the Mouth of Culvert Canyon. It is an obvious looking block tower with some obvious crack and chimney systems.

Getting There 

Drive down the Potash Road towards Jug Handle Arch. A short distance past the Corona Arch Trailhead (1/4 mile?) is a large culvert on the right side of the road. Park there and hike up past the railroad tracks and to the tower. About 5 minutes.

Climbing Season

For the Potash Road area.

Weather station 2.0 miles from here

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