Looking Glass Rock

La Sal, Utah

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Looking Glass Rock, an Entrada sandstone dome lying a couple miles west of US 191 south of Moab, offers a fun three-pitch route up an exposed fin to a domed summit. The highlight, however, is a spectacular 185-foot free rappel that drops out of an exposed keyhole window. The easy route, first done by local cowboys years ago, is mostly easy friction climbing protected by a few bolts. The summit views are marvelous, with the snowcapped La Sal Mountains looming to the northeast and the Henry and Abajo Mountains to the west and southwest.

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"Looking Glass Rock, an Entrada sandstone dome lying a couple miles west of US 191 south of Moab, offers a fun three-pitch route up an exposed fin to a domed summit. The highlight, however, is a spectacular 185-foot free rappel that drops out of an exposed keyhole window. The easy route, first done by local cowboys years ago, is mostly easy friction climbing protected by a few bolts. The summit views are marvelous, with the snowcapped La Sal Mountains looming to the northeast and the Henry and Abajo Mountains to the west and southwest."

Activity Type: Climbing
Nearby City: La Sal
Season: While climbing is possible year-round in the desert around Moab, spring and autumn are the best seasons.
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May 2018