Climbing Trails in Utah
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Climbing Trails in Utah

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8 - 8 mi
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Utah has 13 climbing trails. These trails range from 0 to 8.1 miles in length. The most popular trails are Left Fork (Zion National Park), Looking Glass Rock and Castle Valley Towers. Trails.com member Bo B. recently completed Left Fork (Zion National Park).
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A day hike following a wilderness self-rappel route down the Left Fork canyon and ending ...
Looking Glass Rock, an Entrada sandstone dome lying a couple miles west of US 191 south ...
The Fisher Towers, one of the canyon country’s most bizarre landscapes, is a red maze ...
Sunshine Wall is a southwest-facing Wingate sandstone cliff in the northern end of Salt ...
The Colorado River, entrenched in a deep sandstone canyon, and broad Castle Valley draining ...
Maverick Buttress, an east-and south-facing Wingate sandstone cliff, perches near the ...
Wall Street, the most popular climbing area near Moab, is a towering 500-foot-high cliff ...
There are an amazing number of rock climbing thrills to be had in the Salt Lake City area. ...
The Island in the Sky dominates the northern part of 337,570-acre Canyonlands National ...
Lighthouse Tower is a 315-foot-high tower perched on a ridge above River Road, northeast ...
Arches National Park, a 73,234-acre wonderland of sandstone fins, towers, ribs, gargoyles, ...
As soon as a winter chill is in the air and rivers and streams start to freeze, an unusual ...
The Ice Cream Parlor is a fine southwest-facing cliff that towers above the east side ...
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