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Submitted By: USBRIT Ross on Mar 20, 2007
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BETA PHOTO: On the summit of Anubis Tower. 8th March 2007.


Located north of the T-junction at the north entrance to Buckhorn Draw as one drives from the Huntington town area. The Anubis Tower is hidden against a long line of cliffs to the East. The rock is good the higher one climbs....

Getting There 

From the T-junction at the very northern entrance to the Northern Swell Buckhorn area, it that has signs to Buckhorn Draw and Campground as well as East to US Highway 6 and 30. Take the east road towards 6 and 30 at 2.1m take a left ,at 2.2m take right through open gate ,at 2.9m take right,at 3.2m take a left, at 3.5m drive down to the right then left for 200yds to parking area directly below tower. 4 wheel drive recomended.20mins walk to foot of tower

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Weather station 20.5 miles from here

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Rock Climbing Photo: Paul Ross On First Pitch Anubis Tower

Anubis Tower 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ 20 E3 5b C2  Utah : San Rafael Swell : ... : Dog Pond/Road area
When the top of the ridge is reached traverse left below tower and approach from the west into the gap between the tower and upper mesa.The rock improves as one gains height. P1) An aid move to start then 5.7 for 20'to the gap. (Here one can belay on a bolt) Aid with cams and bolts up and around to the east face, continue up to a roof then left to double anchors below large crack system. 90'5.8 C2. P2) Follow the cracks and exit left to good ledge on top of the Anubis head 60' 5.7. P3) Move left...[more]   Browse More Classics in Utah

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