While in Big Cottonwood Canyon be sure to check out the climbing
on Narcolepsy Wall, The Aquaduct, Challenge Buttress and Standard
Marcos is enjoying an extremely tough Captain Bullet 5.13a/b and making the crux seem like just another pull-up. This fine route can be found in Maple Canyon, Utah.
Maple Canyon is home to some of the toughest rock climbing routes found anywhere. World renown for it's unique type of rock formations and the consistently hard climbing routes, the canyon sees visitors from all over the world. The canyon is narrow and most of the rock climbing is on the shady sides of the walls so climbing is great all summer long. While in Maple Canyon be sure to visit these walls! Bridge Area, Low Standard Cave, Rock Island, The Schoolroom.
American Fork Canyon
is home to some of the toughest climbing routes in the country.
Hell cave has the first 5.14 in the country which has incredibly
thin holds on a never ending roof.
Wall is a 4 pitch climb with an amazing 2nd pitch that is
exposed and exciting. Be sure to check it out!
sticking to the amazingly smooth sandstone slabs in
Spring Canyon. This
5.10a route is one of many fine routes found in this canyon. Located
south of Salt Lake City only 85 minutes.
Matt is enjoying an easy V2 boulder problem in the desert of Southern Utah near Moab.
Southern Utah has an amazingly vast amount of climbing routes. Moab is only 3 hours south of Salt Lake City and is only minutes away from some awesome sandstone climbing. Most routes are trad and a guidebook for the area is highly recommended. Potash Road takes you by crack after crack with incredible trad routes. A short drive up the Colorado River and you will find climbing routes that will take you to the top of tall sandstone buttresses and to some of the best views of the Colorado River.
a copy of the
"..... and the climbing in Lamoille Canyon is as good as it gets! There are routes that are very similar those found on Yosemite and Joshua Tree."