Mt. Nebo Wilderness on south side of Santaquin Canyon. MORE INFO >>>
The Mount Nebo Wilderness boundary parallels approximately 100-200 yards south of the Santaquin Canyon road from the mouth of the canyon to Tinney Flat Campground. Wilderness rules apply within the wilderness area (nothing mechanized or motorized allowed, including power drills).
This information is a public crowdsourcing effort between the Access Fund,
and Mountain Project. You should confirm closures, restrictions, and/or related dates.
This is a smaller crag, but offers alternatives to the same set of chains. I spotted each bolt and tried to determine it's path so that I could build a decent beta photo.
If you know what this wall is called, what the routes are called, or what they are rated, please feel free to share that information so that the rest of us can enjoy them.
From the last stop sign in town, drive 4.0 miles up the canyon. At the Log Chute Trailhead Parking, head north across the river and find your way up canyon about 50 yards or so to a funky looking boulder nestled in the trees. You can see it from the road, so that might be a good thing to do before trekking off into the sticks.