In this area you will find widely scattered ice routes forming mostly over sandstone and conglomerate rock. Because the routes are located at fairly low altitude the ice often melt and reform during the course of the winter season. Some routes form reliably each year while others seldom form up to climbing shape.
The ice climbs described here are scattered along Highway 6 between Spanish Fork Canyon, and Price Canyon, and in Diamond Fork Canyon. Following the directions under each ice route to find them.
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Sixth Water WI3+ Ice, 1 pitch, 100'
The Pricecicle WI4 Ice, 1 pitch, 60'
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The Pricecicle WI4 UT : Wasatch Range : ... : Spanish Fork Canyon / Hwy 6...
Also known as The Dirtcicle this drip is found adjacent to Highway 6, if there were a pullout there one could belay from the passenger seat. It's usually one of the first climbs in Utah to show up, and is a good indicator of probable ice being found in Joe's Valley.Not the best place to climb but this is often in before anything else....[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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