Ubud Wall is named after the lovely little town of Ubud which is nestled in the hill region of Bali, one of Indonesia's better known islands known for it Hindu/Buddhist culture. Ira, the property owner of Pharaoh's Glen, also visits Ubud frequently and the beautiful lushness of this area reminds one of the Ubud area.
The rock is pretty solid quartzite typical for the area.
As one approaches the Pharaoh's Hat via Ira's red dot trail, the Ubud Wall will be noticed off to the left (east) before any of the stream crossings and just past a little rock saddle.
Weather station 0.9 miles from here
2 Total Routes
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Featured Route For Ubud Wall
Ubud 5.8- 5b 16 VI- 14 VS 4c UT
: Wasatch Range
: ... : Ubud Wall
This well protected climber-friendly 35m moderate pitch on good rock provides a welcome reprieve from the hoardes in the Cottonwoods.Pitch #1: After spotting the Ubud Wall (with a distinctive fir tree perched on the square top) from the trail, set up a belay at the base. Climb up the center of the face passing bolts and a small roof to the two-bolt belay on top. 5.8?, 35m. ...[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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By Daniel Winder
Apr 5, 2012
This property has new ownership. I spoke with the new owner, a friendly gentleman who informed me that climbing is not allowed on the property due to liability concerns. He did say that a company called "White Pine Touring" occasionally leases out the land for climbing. He also mentioned that he really wanted nothing to do with climbing at all but that it brings people through the property. The property's new name is Louland Falls.