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Land of the Lost

Land of the Lost  

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Submitted By: Nick Sullens on Nov 6, 2009


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Mike setting up a top rope at Land of the Lost


Nice sunny crag. The rock quality is not as good as the other areas in the playground however the routes are significantly longer than Little Lebowski and the Ampitheater.

Getting There 

Land of the Lost is a ten to fifteen minute hike from Little Lebowksi and the Ampitheater. It is easy enough to get lost trying to get there the first time. My recommendations are to hike down past the Guardian and trend left and down till you enter the burned area. From there you should be able to see the backside of the crag. Keep hiking and scrambling downhill and you will find it eventually. Alternatively, you can walk from the Little Lebowski by walking out the back of the area, down the creek bed and then continuing downhill for ten to fifteen minutes going left when possible.

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Weather station 4.7 miles from here

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By steve edwards
From: SLC, UT
Mar 15, 2012
Yeah, that's the place. Toprope set up is easy. Highly recommended. Bring a mobile belayer.
By Tom Shank
From: Santa Barbara, CA
Oct 6, 2012
Can anyone set up a map for getting to this place? Or site some climbs there? Thanks.
By Neil Roessler
Dec 9, 2012
Hey Shank! I have stumbled onto these lines and have a rough map of the area where you should be looking here:


basically you just hike to the lowest rock formations at the playground and you will see the bolted routes facing west.
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