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Capitol Reef National Park has a fair selection of good Wingate crack routes. The only detractions are sometimes long approaches, and an NPS moratorium on any new anchor bolting. There is also a moseratelt good bouldering area about fifteen minutes to the west of the park outside Bicknell.
Get to Capitol Reef either by way of highway 24 (from I-70 to Hanksville, and then west to the park), or by highway 50 (east off of I-15 from Scipio to Salina, and then southeast on highway 24 through Loa, Bicknell, and Torrey to the park).
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Capitol Roof 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- 23 E4 5c UT : Capitol Reef National Park : Miscellaneous Routes Scatte...
This is THE classic route in Capitol Reef. Want to see a picture? Go to the national park's web page and look for "climbing regulations." Basically, the climb goes like this: fingers with precarious rests, to thin hands, to a perfect gold camalot eight foot roof in a small corner, to kind of crumbly big hands.The tough start can be easier done by face climbing some edges from the right, and there is a perfect foot hold right when you need to push up over the roof.The section above the roof k...[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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