Shelbyville Rock Climbing
from Kane Creek rd.
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This climb is about 11 miles up Kane Springs Road, and on the right. It is easy to see, find, and you can drive right up to the formation. It is not a "tower" , but a large clump of rocks;..it does have a summit.
11 miles up Kane Springs Road.
Climbing Season For the Kane Springs Canyon area.
Weather station 10.1 miles from here
2 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For Shelbyville
Putterman Drops the Soap 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a
: Moab Area
: ... : Shelbyville
p1. Start with three pitons to gain the obvious splitter. All clean aid above here. This crack becomes a left-facing flare 70 feet higher (strenuous, even just aiding) which dumps you out onto a slab; scuttle up ten feet then left to a ledge and belay (#6 Camalot) in right-facing corner (A1+, 5.7, 110').p2. Up the easy groove above the belay to a ledge under car-size triangular roof. Up the right side, continue up wide crack/flare above (5.9) till it ends. Wander up and left to s...[more] Browse More Classics in Utah
A sunny day in Kane Creek. Shelbyville
Shelbyville. Kane Springs, Moab. Photo; Todd Go...
From: moab, utah
Sep 14, 2011
A friend and I free climbed up a sandy chimney on the southern aspect of Shelbyville a couple of years back. We weren't sure where the route started and we had been drinking Wild Turkey all day so there's no telling at what grade it went at but I'd guess 5.9 tops. We topped out the first pitch at some fixed anchors and finished per the original route, so it's not necessary to aid to reach this summit.