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Submitted By: Perin Blanchard on Nov 10, 2006
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BETA PHOTO: Narcolepsy 5.11b
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Description 

Narcolepsy is a south-facing crag below the Hard Rock area. It has one bolted 5.11 climb.


Getting There 

Park at the second pullout on the right after the Grey Cliffs Picnic Area parking. Cross to the north side of the road and walk up canyon a couple of hundred feet. North of the road you'll see a scree slope. After a truly miserable slog up the steep, loose talus you arrive at the base.


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Narcolepsy 5.11b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c  UT : Wasatch Range : ... : Narcolepsy

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By drewford
From: Wasatch Back, UT
6 days ago

Far be it from me to influence crag names. It's a personal thing. But there is already a Narcolepsy area in Big Cottonwood: www.mountainproject.com/v/narcolepsy-area/105739449

Might create confusion.

By Perin Blanchard
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From: Orem, UT
6 days ago

Blame the Ruckmans.

(It's named Narcolepsy in their AF guide.)