This is the next large buttress to the right of The Shadow Buttress. The rock is a whiter color than most of the rock at Ibex and is generally good, solid quartzite. James Garret's Ibex guidebook lists only 2 routes on this wall, but a few more have been added over the years on the right side of the buttress.
Park somewhere convenient and hike up. Less than 5 minutes.
Full-length route going up the center of the Wolfenstein buttress w/an awesome sport bolted offwidth 2nd pitch. A great way to sample some Ibex OW/chimney flavor without fear.P1) Starting on the right side of an overhang, climb cool white rock up moderate terrain (5.9/10a) past widely spaced bolts & some fixed gear (nuts & small cams help with the pucker factor). 2 bolt belay. 45-50m pitch.P2) Enter the maw, wiggle and squirm up the OW/squeeze chimney. Protect w/nuts and cams until the business ...[more]Browse More Classics in UT
A trail, marked at the beginning by rock cairns has been constructed/made, hopeflly to decrease erosion and encourage people to take the same path to the foot of the crags. This remains a fragile environment. Thankyou for using and your help maintaining these various trails at the Ibex crags