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If you come to Comb Ridge you can expect some bad roads. You should not expect to see people. Instead, from the cottonwoods along the stream to the protected alcoves of the ridge itself you get a sense of why Utes and their ancestors called this place home. The late Triassic Wingate sandstone seems to fracture in a way that keeps the climbs here scattered.This fits perfectly with the appeal of this areas isolated expanse.
From US 191 at Bluff travel 4 miles south of town to US 163. Comb ridge will be apparent at 8 miles and in another half mile turn north onto county road 235.(Between mile marker 37 and 38.)This is a dirt desert road, enjoy.
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Magic Man 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b UT : Moab Area : ... : 2.6 Miles - Prayer Stick
P1. Begin with a short approach pitch up a loose right facing corner to a double bolt belay. (5.7 30')P2. Climb up the wide corner, lieback where it gets too wide (10+ at least), or yard on a #5 and/or a #6 camalot, passing two bolts to a natural belay at a stance. (100')P3. Continue up the corner passing a bolt (5.9) and pass a roof to the right (5.8) end in a cave that goes all the way through the pillar. Cool belay with views out both sides. (50')P4. Head out of the cave continuin...[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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