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The Dry Wall

Routes Sorted
L to R R to L Alpha
Can't Say S 
Crazy Train, The S 
Graffiti Patient S 
Grushenka S 
Its Right to be Frank S 
JJ Memorial S 
Left Be Frank S 
Little Red Rooster S 
Lowe Route, The S 
Pit, The S 
Pocket Full of Trundles S 
Precious, The S 
Something Must Break S 
Stop that Terrain S 
Way Hammered S 
Wicked Bender S 

The Dry Wall  


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Location: 41.00224, -111.38981 View Map  Incorrect?
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Description 

The Dry Wall is the most popular crag in Echo Canyon. It faces southeast and offers afternoon shade with fun, convenient climbing. Expect a grueling 20 second approach from the road. The wall is very tall and its long gently overhanging nature protects the routes from rain during all but the most intense storms.

Getting There 

2.95 miles up the frontage road (E Echo Canyon Road) from where you turn right onto the frontage road after passing under the freeway. Look for the obvious parking on the south side shoulder of the frontage road.


Climbing Season



Weather station 3.4 miles from here

16 Total Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',8],['2 Stars',6],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]
['<=5.6',0],['5.7',0],['5.8',0],['5.9',0],['5.10',3],['5.11',4],['5.12',6],['5.13',3],['>=5.14',0],['',0],['<=V1',0],['V2-3',0],['V4-5',0],['V6-7',0],['V8-9',0],['V10-11',0],['V12-13',0],['>=V14',0]

The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for The Dry Wall:
Can't Say   5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a     Sport   
The Precious   5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b     Sport, 1 pitch, 50'   
The Lowe Route   5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b     Sport   
Something Must Break   5.11a/b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c     Sport, 1 pitch, 75'   
Pocket Full of Trundles   5.11c/d 7a 24 VIII 25 E4 6a     Sport, 1 pitch, 80'   
Way Hammered   5.12b 7b 26 VIII+ 26 E5 6b     Sport, 1 pitch, 75'   
Stop that Terrain   5.12b 7b 26 VIII+ 26 E5 6b     Sport, 1 pitch, 80'   
Graffiti Patient   5.12b 7b 26 VIII+ 26 E5 6b     Sport, 1 pitch, 45'   
The Pit   5.12c 7b+ 27 IX- 27 E6 6b     Sport, 1 pitch, 30'   
Grushenka   5.12d 7c 28 IX 28 E6 6b     Sport, 1 pitch, 75'   
The Crazy Train   5.13a 7c+ 29 IX+ 29 E6 6c     Sport, 1 pitch, 60'   
Wicked Bender   5.13a 7c+ 29 IX+ 29 E6 6c     Sport, 1 pitch, 60'   
JJ Memorial   5.13b 8a 29 IX+ 30 E7 6c     Sport   
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Featured Route For The Dry Wall
dry wall. echo. 11c/d

Pocket Full of Trundles 5.11c/d 7a 24 VIII 25 E4 6a  UT : Echo Canyon : The Dry Wall
A good long route on semi-solid rock. Steep and sustained, Pocket Full of Trundles starts on small, positive holds and a cool flake. The climbing quickly turns tricky, and surprises you with powerful crux. Find a nice rest around bolt two then continue on up about 15 feet to the route's redpoint crux just below a large positive pocket. Small deceiving holds through a mini bulge wear the weary climber out, keep truckin' to a decent rest or two then finish direct on the steep, pumpy face....[more]   Browse More Classics in UT

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By Spencer Anderson
From: Fort Collins, CO
Sep 4, 2009
Anyone know the name and grade of the link up that starts on Graffiti Patient and ends on Stop That Train?
By chongo pantz
From: park city, ut
Feb 15, 2011
Hey people, lost my wedding ring at the Dry Wall 2/14/11. Good karma and beer if anyone finds it.
By Jeremy Steck
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Sep 17, 2011
Most of the routes here are fixed. Also, most of the anchors have biners on them for everyone's convenience. Please don't take the biners, they are not there because someone bailed from the anchors!
By Mark Lewis
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Jul 17, 2012
Does anyone have more info on The Lowe Route 5.10c? It's listed on the inaccurate photo topo, but isn't listed as a route in MP. It's a fun climb and would be cool if we could add it to MP's database.
By Jerome Sharpe
From: Wanship, UT
Aug 4, 2013
Found some gear on the log bench, 8/3/2013. Identify and claim and I'll get it to you. Jerry, 801 - 524 - 7051
By Murphski
From: SLC, UT
Jul 13, 2014
The fixed draws look very suspect right now. The dogbones on the draws bake in the sun in the morning and are very faded. I would like to replace the ones on the 12a "Stop That Train" with chain. Also the 'biners that take the most falls seem very worn (I removed the carabiner at the crux of "STT" because it seems to have a nice sharp edge.) I think the whole cliff could use an upgrade to steel hardware. Until this happens I recommend clipping your own draws.
By Jerome Sharpe
From: Wanship, UT
Dec 7, 2014
Anybody know names/grades of the routes on the wall east of the Dry Wall? A short bushwhack up a game trail gets you to them, but can't find any beta.
By greg t
From: Chevy, Silverado
Dec 8, 2014
trap
trap



I was climbing at the Dry Wall today (12/8/14). This trap was discovered at the base of the cliff when my friend’s dog got her leg caught in the trap. It was elaborately set up with a feathery bate set up on a fishing line above the trap that was buried under some loose soil. The trap was attached to a deeply dug chain anchor. The dog was injured and a lot of pain, but seems like she’ll be ok.
The intent of this trap is very puzzling. It was obviously set up by someone who knew what they were doing. But the location of the trap would make it seem that it might possibly be set up with malicious intent towards the climbers that use that area, because the dry wall is an obvious high traffic area. Anyone looking to trap coyotes would most likely choose a wiser location away from the road and human traffic.
By bheller
From: SL UT
Dec 8, 2014
Wow. Knowing context of the location of that trap, this is perplexing indeed. It seems to me that trapping (esp. in this area) is a old and dying endeavor. Soo 19th century! Perhaps it was set by an old timer who appreciates the roadside parking and zero approach trapping that only the dry wall can offer. Perhaps he has no idea about the climbing... I'm really glad the dog was okay! I've walked barefoot in that area more times than I can count. Hopefully you took the trap and disposed of it- "Damn! Lost another trap!" seems like the only practical deterrent in a case like this.
By Roy Suggett
Dec 9, 2014
We all need to speak/vote our mind and get rid of this arcane and cruel practice! You can get better isolation from old soda bottles. Why be greedy and perpetuate needles suffering for the Chinese where most of the fur is now sent.