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Johnson Mountain 


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Elevation: 9,001,100'
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Description 

Johnson Mountain sits above the town of Sprindale at the confluence of the north fork and east fork of the Virgin river. See the new "Zion Climbing - Free and clean" guide book for more details.


Getting There 

Start the approach from the public park just as you come into Springdale. Expect to hike up strenuous terrain for at least an hour to an hour and a half.


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2 Total Routes


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Featured Route For Johnson Mountain
Settler's Line from the bottom. Take notice of the slab on the bottom and the crack on the right side of it. This is where the route starts. From the ground, you can see the anchors at the top of the first and second pitches.

Settlers Line 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ 20 E3 5b  UT : Zion National Park : Johnson Mountain
Settlers Line is an excellent offwidth and chimney route. The rock is bomber throughout the route. The summit is only as big as a living room and dead flat.p1:Follow low angle hand crack to hard part right at the end.(100ft)5.9p2:Face climb up to bolt 10 feet above the anchor. Then climb straight up over a small roof via a #1 camalot crack. Then traverse 5 feet to the left into a #4 crack. Follow this crack as it grows into a #5 to #6 and ends with a layback 8 inch crack ...[more]   Browse More Classics in UT

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