Maple Corridor has a bunch of short but good 5.8 - 5.11 sport routes. It makes a nice introduction to Maple Canyon. Maple Corridor is in a fairly tight side canyon, so it is shady and cool.
Cross the bridge, and look for a trail heading right into a side canyon. There is a cluster of routes on either side of the side canyon right at the entrance of the side canyon, and another cluster of routes a few hundred feet further up.
Weather station 5.5 miles from here
14 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',9],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
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Rainmaker 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c Sport, 70'
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Spoils of War 5.11b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c UT
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A back bending start through a powerful bulge leads to a less than ideal rest; relax and clip the bolt. Suspicious holds and hidden jugs lead you up and slightly right to a great rest before the anchors. Shake out and fire the desperate finish!If you climb left of the bolt line you'll put together enough to make this route .11bIf you get lured right of the bolt line and finish through the black streaked bulge, you've earned yourself a solid .12a...[more] Browse More Classics in UT
By josh holmes
Sep 19, 2013
A flash flood has carved a 6' plus deep trench in front of the first three climbs on the left side EIS, Raindrops on Lichen and Your Little Sister. The flood washed out a good section of the approach trail. Be careful approaching the climbs by hiking up through the trench.
By Jeremy Noring
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Jun 17, 2014
Josh already covered most of it, but doing EIS, raindrops or your little sister without a stick clip would definitely be dangerous. The first bolt is now a solid 20 feet off the deck due to the 6-8' trench that's been carved out.
Generally speaking, the first few climbs on the bottom wall are now sort of dirty and unpleasant. I'd recommend walking the extra 300 yards to the upper crag and climbing there. Much more fun.