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First Ascent of Moab Rim Tower 1999. Jimmy Dunn, B...
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This covers the area to the south of the Moab Rim ORV trail and hiking path. It is Wingate, looking down on the river and the Portal.

Getting There 

Drive out Kane Springs Blvd. to the parking area and BLM toilets along the river. Follow the transmission fluid drippings and skid marks until just past the pillar (note what it looks like in the foto). Work your way up the bench on the left then across to the base.

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Moab Rim Tower from the main trail

Requiem 5.12+ 7c 28 IX E6 6b A0 PG13  UT : Moab Area : ... : Moab Rim Trail Towers
Moab Rim Tower is a Navajo Sandstone spire, detached from the main wall of the Moab Rim. There are actually 2 routes on the tower. The original, thought to have been established by Jimmy Dunn, shares a starting pitch with this route, then climbs a crack system left of Requiem. It is mid 5.12, with a soft, face climbing crux on bad bolts at the top of the spire. The pitches below that are ok, but not what you would write home about. Requiem follows the crack and face up the front of the tower. ...[more]   Browse More Classics in UT

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Looking west from the top of Baby Huey.
Looking west from the top of Baby Huey.
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