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|Location:||40.7008, -110.9322 View Map Incorrect?|
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|Submitted By:||Eric Godfrey on Jul 21, 2009|
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By D. Durrant
From: Utah, USA
Sep 14, 2009
|Try the DWS along the west side of the lake. From the routes traverse right along a large ledge making a couple of scramble moves to get started. Keep traversing along the bottom of the wall, V1, with many 15'-25' exits. Some large loose rocks about 3/4 way along the traverse make it interesting but over all the rock is good quality. Enough fun to leave the rest of the climbing gear and just bring the shoes, chalk bag and a towel.|
By Landon McBrayer
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Aug 21, 2011
|The hike is one hour each way, and very mellow.|
By Mark Parrett
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Jul 2, 2012
|The fork in the trail is about 20 feet from the parking lot - so don't hike up towards Bald Mtn for more than a few seconds.|
From: Park City
Jul 17, 2016
A note on the DWS routes: all routes are less than vertical except for the first half of the 5.10a arete. Something to keep in mind if you're going up just for DWS, as cheese-grater falls are possible on the remaining lines. The water is the deepest under the arete and the adjacent 5.9 face. While the landings for these two are clear, boulders are visible (to a varying degree) below the other routes. That said, the water is incredibly clear, so they may be deeper than they look.
If you feel like you're going to fall, push off the wall!