The Cauldrons Rock Climbing
This tower doesn't get climbed much. Though there...
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The Cauldrons is a 250 foot, wingate tower nestled between the Witch and the Warlock in Hell Roaring Canyon. It was first climbed in 1993 by James Fusten, Mike Wood, and Davin Lindy.
Though smaller than its neightbors and not as well documented, this tower offers at least one excellent route to its twin summits.
If youve already climbed the Witch or the Warlock and you have an hour or two of daylight left, this is a great second tower of the day.
See directions on Hell Roaring Canyon page.
Climbing Season For the Moab Area area.
Weather station 11.5 miles from here
1 Total Climbing Routes
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Classic Climbing Routes in The Cauldrons
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for The Cauldrons:
Featured Route For The Cauldrons
Eye of the Newt 5.10 6b 20 VII- 19 E2 5b Utah
: Moab Area
: ... : The Cauldrons
This route follows the obvious crack system on the sw side of the tower and finishes in the notch between the twin summits.The climbing is engaging and stays on solid rock for the most part. The two belays are bolted.Pitch One - Follow a right facing corner system past a big ledge and through a fun stem-box. Continue to the base of a low-angle v-slot below a large roof. 5.10Pitch Two - Follow the crack out and over the roof and continue to the notch passing some loose rock near the top. 5.10...[more] Browse More Classics in Utah
The Cauldrons as seen from the rim of Hell Roaring...