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From: Sandy, UT
May 28, 2013
|Just did a session out on the north face of Lone Rock and had a blast. The dirt road that takes you to the crag is a bit rough right now. It passible in any car, but a high clearance vehicle will survive better on it. The climbing on the north face is very impressive. The routes are a bit dusty from dirt being blown onto it, but still very climbable.|
By Jason Shumaker
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
May 28, 2013
|Second on Ben's comments. Very accessible steep limestone crag with good bolted protection. The location is remote and peaceful except for the people shooting big and loud guns.|
By Mattberr Berrett
Nov 29, 2014
|This is a really cool crag that has a couple amazing climbs. That being said while my partner was halfway up one of the routes bullets starts flying past us at very close range... It blew my mind that there was a guy shooting an m16 right on the other side of the hill. I talked to him and he seemed like he could've cared less, and continued to shoot. We got outta there fairly quickly. Watch your back if you are climbing here on a busy weekend. Looks to me that the rednecks have claimed this place as their own.|
By Mason Lawlor
Jan 22, 2016
Very similar to Matt's experience. A few buddies and I went out there last October to film some night climbing. As we were setting up our gear, a couple bullets starting hitting the route we just about to climb. We saw some red neck kids down below us and politely asked them to shoot somewhere else. They also couldn't seem to care less and argued that they were there first. That gave them permission to shoot at an established route.
Then when my buddy started stringing things up, he said they we aiming their guns at him. Probably because they thought it was funny.
It wasn't until we pulled out our shotgun and our telephoto lens (then starting taking pictures of them) that they left.
Other than that, really fun climb.