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Oct 2, 2012
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Going on a company trip to Moab in a week and trying to sneak some climbing in. We will be staying at the Red Cliffs lodge, which i've heard is close to Castleton? Chance are some co-workers will want to participate so I'm kinda looking for less technical scrambles or bouldering. I will have a rack and rope just in case. T.Dailey
From Avon
Joined Oct 28, 2008
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Oct 2, 2012
Me in the Buddha Cave at crumblewood a while ago.
Red Cliffs is about 10 mins from the Big Bend Boulders which is quality (towards Moab): mountainproject.com/v/big-bend...

Castle Valley is right there but I don't know of any technical scrambles.

Fisher towers is also nearby (10 mins north/away from moab) which if anything has some cool looking hikes and some great climbs.
Andy Librande
From Denver, CO
Joined Nov 7, 2005
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Oct 2, 2012
Morning #1 of 25
Parriot Mesa looks perfect! I'm going to suggest it. T.Dailey
From Avon
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Oct 3, 2012
Alex midway up TCT.  Photo by Kim Caovan
If Parriot Mesa seems too technical for your group, and you want something more scramble-y, you could do Round Mountain. It's the mini-mountain in the middle of Castle Valley, just up the road from Castleton Tower and 10 minutes from the Red Cliffs Lodge. Neat feature, beautiful views, easy scrambling. Fun! There's a useful writeup at thealoof.com ( thealoof.com/a-quick-jaunt-up-... ) that I found useful when I did it. Alexander Nees
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