Old School Rock is a limestone buttress that separates two steep, loose gullies. The buttress is home to a handful of bolted lines including a rarity in American Fork Canyon: a multi-pitch route.
Walk up Tank Canyon and follow the trail on the east (right) of the streambed. The trail will cross the streambed heading north and then immediately turn east (right). Continue following the trail through a grove of evergreens and then step over some tree roots and a short steep section to walk to the left of the stream.
South side of buttress, left-to-right (i.e., starting uphill):
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Old School Rock:
Dag Nasty Part Deux 5.9 Sport, 1 pitch, 125 feet
Old Stone Crab 5.10a Sport, 1 pitch, 135 feet
Old School 5.10b Sport, 2 pitches, 150 feet
Spot 5.11b Sport, 1 pitch, 50 feet
Boo 5.11c Sport, 60 feet
Bang Bang 5.11c Sport, 1 pitch, 90 feet
Diamond Dogs 5.11d Sport, 1 pitch, 115 feet
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Dag Nasty Part Deux 5.9 UT : Wasatch Range : ... : Old School Rock
70m rope requiredStart up the left of the two bolt lines and head up blocky, lower-angle terrain past an initial bulge and then into a steeper-than-it-appears headwall above. Clear the headwall and head up some slabby limestone with cool chert dikes, interesting pockets and edges, and then up over a roof in ligher-colored rock just before the anchors. Note that the bolt just over the last roof is difficult to see from below.Rappelling (there are some rough edges) with a 70m rope will ju...[more] Browse More Classics in UT