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Ice Cream Parlor Professional Review and Guide
"The Ice Cream Parlor is a fine southwest-facing cliff that towers above the east side of the road just before the canyon opens into broad Kane Valley. All of the routes except Wolverine ascend a lower tier of varnished Wingate sandstone below the steep, fractured upper face. The right side offers some great crack climbs while the popular left slab has lots of good bolted sport routes and three fun cracks. The one-pitch climbs have bolt anchors for convenient lowers. The cliff is ideal during warmer months since it stays shady in the morning, while cooler months it soaks up lots of sun. It’s usually too hot in summer for comfort. The Ice Cream Parlor is popular, especially on weekends. Come early or climb late."
--Stewart M. Green, Best Climbs Moab (Falcon Guides).
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