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Monarch Loop Trail
A mellow, loop trail that can be ridden in either direction. Near Junction, Utah
Backside of Tushar Ridge
A ride that provides great views of high ridges and beautiful lakes and streams. Near Junction, Utah
Tushar Ridge
An old sheep herder trail that has some primo natural lines. Near Junction, Utah
Puffer Lake Trail
This trail features great classic singletrack down to Puffer Lake. Near Junction, Utah
Lakeshore Trail Section 1
A very easy, family-friendly trail alongside Fish Lake. Near Loa, Utah
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Fishlake National Forest Rock Climbing 

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Elevation: 6,100'
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A southern spur of the Wasatch Mountain Range, the Fishlake National Forest area is surrounded by I-15, I-70 and US HWY 50 in central Utah.

The area is pretty remote; not much has been developed as of yet. A lot of potential exists for trad and sport climbing, though.

Getting There 

From Salt Lake Area: Take I-15 southbound. I-15 and US HWY 50 diverge in Scipio, Utah.

From St George Area: Take I-15 northbound. I-15 and I-70 diverge near the Cove Fort Historical Site, about 27 miles north of Beaver, Utah

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Weather station 9.6 miles from here

27 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',11],['1 Star',7],['Bomb',0]

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Either the start moves or the big move from pockets to a small pinch. Sit start in the cave on a crimp and a side pull and make your way out of the cave onto pockets. Two of the holds are currently flexing and will likely eventually come off. For this reason, watch your head on the other rock....[more]   Browse More Classics in Utah

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