The Billboard Trail Rock Climbing
Ben whipping from the crux of Death of Sailsman sh...
and The Vortex
are accessed using this path. The trail is steep, loose, and not an altogether-pleasant experience.
The trail begins more-or-less straight up the slope on the north side of the canyon and quickly begins angling to the east.
Drive up canyon from the Timpanogos Cave National Monument visitors center until you reach the entrance to the Sawmill Picnic Area on the right. A short distance (approximately .2 miles) past the picnic area entrance is a small pullout on the right.
Park here and cross the road. Walk one hundred feet or so up canyon until you spot the wall at the base of a loose dirt/scree field. At the top of the trail, 200 feet below the cliff, please resist the urge to go straight up the dirt gully to the base of the cliff. There is now a subtle trail out right that takes you to the ridge and back towards the base of the cliff with a switchback. Its a much more solid trail and will save you significant headache and energy.
Weather station 2.1 miles from here
22 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',5],['3 Stars',12],['2 Stars',2],['1 Star',3],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in The Billboard Trail
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Atmosphere 5.13b 8a 29 IX+ 30 E7 6c Utah
: Wasatch Range
: ... : The Billboard
Start on the arete in the cave, right of center. Grab 2 jugs above your head and execute big moves on good holds for 4 bolts up to a pair of pocket jugs under a shelf. This is the split between the Shining (go right) and Atmosphere (go left). Do some up-side-down shenanigans to gain the large pod and a rest. Climb from the pod out to the lip and move left for two bolts. Establish on the headwall and another rest. This is the split between The Blue Mask (go left), The Invisible Man (go up, then l...[more] Browse More Classics in Utah
By Brendan N
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Jul 21, 2014
At the top of the trail, 200 feet below the cliff, please resist the urge to go straight up the dirt gully to the base of the cliff. There is now a subtle trail that takes you out to the ridge and back towards the base of the cliff with a switchback.