rock climb - uintas - cliff lake • 3 days
The cliff belonging to the appropriately named, Cliff Lake, is a south-facing quartzite cliff band approximately 90 feet tall at its highest point, and about 100 yards wide. It is sunny and not a particularly busy area. A trail on the east side of the cliff provides top-rope access. The routes here are mostly sport, but there are a few traditional offerings. They range in difficulty from 5.5-5.10c. The rock is surprisingly clean and solid. I have booked site 6 for myself at the nearby Washington Lake campground for Sunday and Monday night and can carpool and/or accommodate another vehicle. The cliff is a 30 minute hike from the campground. Join me for a day or all. All participants are required to bring their own climbing gear and helmets are required. Ropes and top rope anchor kits will be provided.
This activity is being organized by a Wasatch Mountain Club