This wall faces north west, more to the west, so it sees a little sun. I'd be surprised if these routes see action, hell I be surprised if somebody else was climbing at the same time in the county as you. The rock gets a bit dirty as you near the trees that serve as anchors.
Take Hwy 14 up Cedar Canyon. At the mile 10 marker on your right (north-ish side) find the pullout, the routes might be a 5 minute walk.
The 1st route put up on the wall. Bring your mantle skills. The rock is really good for the area. This route cannot be underplayed in the role it served in the "Iron County Climbing Crew a.k.a white harlem's" ethics in the mid to late 90's. It made us all climb a little harder and meet the rock on its terms, even if all it had to offer was choss bombs. ...[more]Browse More Classics in UT
This area might not be a destination area, but if you are residing in the area you need to check it out. Its impressive to realize these routes were all put up on lead. The routes are all solid and well bolted. There isn't any sign of a trail this year. The best route is to hike towards the gully located between the climbs at the base of the cliff.
Re-visited the slabs yesterday. Great rock, fun climbing, awesome setting. These routes clearly haven't seen much traffic in a long time. I'm not quite sure why the first ascentionists decided to use the tree at the top of the two far right climbs for a shared anchor. The quality climbing clearly ends at the last bolt on both climbs and the area would garner more attention by more climbers by ending these two routes at the last bolts by adding a secondary hanger creating a clean descent option. Any thoughts?
There is a pullout just after the 10 mile marker sign which is better to park for the 9.987 mile wall. A closer spot to park is the second pullout on the right after the mile marker 10 sign. On the same side of the road will be the 10 mile wall and directly across will be The Olympic Slab wall.