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By George Bell
From: Boulder, CO
May 7, 2003
You can also approach the Penguins from the west: scramble up the drainage west of them and gain the same ledge at the base of the formations, follow this right (east) to the base of the routes. This is slightly longer than the approach from the other side but makes for an interesting "Tour de Penguins".
Also, both of the scrambling approaches look rather improbable from the road.
From: Joshua Tree, California
Apr 25, 2007
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By Tony B
From: Around Boulder, CO
Nov 30, 2009
|Well, whatever you do, do one of the walking approaches, because the base rock (Dewey Member Mudstone) is such choss for an approach pitch.|
By Perin Blanchard
From: Orem, UT
Nov 30, 2009
"...one of the walking approaches..."
Walking with Lee Jensen to The Three Penguins, May 2009.
Photo by Tristan Higbee.
By Spencer Weiler
From: SLC, UT
Nov 19, 2012
|Park at turnout on left side of road after the last switchback just past a 15mph sign facing downcanyon, only 1-2 miles from the visitor center. Try to find the most used trail or stay on slickrock till reaching the ledge system that takes you right over. 5-10 min approach.|