This area tends to get early afternoon sun and stays in the sun until late in the evening. One of the least popular areas in Joe's valley and hosts some mega-classics. I have asked around and it doesn't seem to be the trend in Joe's Valley development to name "areas" as the boulders tend to be a bit spread out from one another (at least at the newer areas). I have given a place holder name that I will gladly replace upon any information that can be provided from one of the developers. Thanks!
Halfway between the 8 Mile area and the Mine Cart. Upon passing the Mine Cart (on your left) take the next right hand turn out and park there. Go back (toward the Mine Cart) and a Joe's trail (i.e. crappy trail) will lead upward towards the boulders. Take this trail until it intersects with another trail that parallels the road. There are three main ares that all branch off from this point. The Black Dahlia rests uphill and right in a cluster of boulders and trees. The Obelisk should be mostly visible (you can see it from the road) and is up and right from here. Groundation rests in the wash behind the Obelisk.
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The Obelisk V9 7C PG13 Boulder, 15'
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The crux is the big move from the jug and it is a doozy. Big moves on mostly good holds this is a thug climber's dream come true. Route begins matched on underclings and climbs through good crimps to a jug and then huck for your life for an ok sloper right foot up and then SLAP! and SLAP! again, move your right foot up to the top of the jug and huck for the lip. Top out is fairly easy. A neo-classic for sure. The jug at head height has broken since the first ascent and is probably V10 itsel...[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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