Ramp Routes Rock Climbing
Pete clipping the anchors on Interstellar.
A good warm-up or beginner wall. There are a few good moderate sport climbs and a handful of trad routes here. Morning shade/Afternoon sun.
Go to 22nd street in Ogden and follow it east. The road ends at a parking lot. The trail starts at the north-east corner of the parking lot. Follow a maze of mountain bike trails east to the Bonneville Shoreline trail. Follow this trail for a couple minutes as it bends to the south. A climbers trail will break off left straight up the hill. This leads to the base of a grassy ramp. Hike up this ramp to the south. You will know that you have arrived at The Ramp Routes when the first bolted routes appear. Approach time is about 20-35 min.
Weather station 2.2 miles from here
8 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',7],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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Phantasmagorical 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b Utah
: Wasatch Range
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There is a 5.9 and a 5.7 way to do this climb. For the 5.9 go directly over the roof left of the second bolt. Climb right of the second bolt to the ledge then up left and onto the arete to clip the third bolt at your waist for the 5.7 rating. This route shares anchors with Interstellar(10b), and is located just to its right....[more] Browse More Classics in Utah
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By wasatch-mtn-man Pollard
Mar 19, 2010
Surprisingly clean rock with some fun moves. This wall sits in a little alcove protected from wind. Great spring/fall climbing area. All routes end at a pair of bolts with rap rings on them. Many variations exist in addition to the listed routes. You'll know you are at the wall when the ramp trail angles up and to your left.
By Ned Wright
From: Ogden, Utah
May 11, 2016
It took just about 20 minutes to hike here from the 22nd street trailhead. I'd heard a lot about how confusing it is to getup here, but some new signs have been installed, and it was easy to find. Rock quality was great. Weathered quartzite. Reminded me of the rock at Ruth Lake in the Uintas. Not very sharp (unlike most of the other quartzite spots in the Ogden area).
It was partly sunny and about 55 degrees the afternoon we climbed. I can imagine it being pretty nasty if it's above 70 here in the afternoon. Also, had heard a lot about how bad the wasps are here. Didn't see a single one. All in all it was extremely picturesque and pleasant climbing!