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Feb 24, 2013
Hi guys,
I know Moab is pretty much a trad climbing destination, but I was wondering if there were any good sport climbs you could recommend for the area..? Also, what would be the best guide book? Thanks!!
-David
davidaw
Joined Jun 15, 2012
29 points
Feb 24, 2013
RJN
Sport Climbing in Moab=Bouldering in Yosemite...

With that said, there's plenty of it. I know Potash road has a few classic climbs. Also up toward Arches National Park there's a crag, not sure of the name though. Search and you shall find...
Ryan N
From Bellingham, WA
Joined May 21, 2009
183 points
Feb 24, 2013
Mill Creek. NEH
Joined Nov 1, 2009
37 points
Feb 24, 2013
Wall street has some sport climbs too John D
Joined Nov 24, 2010
21 points
Feb 24, 2013
+1 for wall street Brennen T
From Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Joined Jul 29, 2012
368 points
Feb 24, 2013
Try Ice Cream Parlor Christina Frain
From Boulder, CO
Joined Jul 9, 2011
22 points
Feb 24, 2013
Wall Street, Moab, UT
Wall St. (Potash Rd.) and Ice Cream Parlor (Kane Springs Rd.) have lots of bolted routes. There are newer books, but Eric Bjornstad's "Desert Rock- Wall St to the San Rafael Swell" has given me good service, along with info from this site. Peter Stokes
From Them Thar Hills
Joined Apr 30, 2009
152 points
Feb 26, 2013
Check these out.
mountainproject.com/v/mars/106...
mountainproject.com/v/the-scar...

The rock is Windgate, the edges are crisp. The Scar is mostly short but still fun.
Mars offers up some longer routes. Any of Josh's routes are really good.
cdec
From SLC and Moab, ut
Joined Jan 3, 2007
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