Spring is in the Air!

It’s that time of year again, desert climbing season has arrived!  We love this time of year.  There’s nothing better after a long, cold winter than enjoying warm desert weather and getting back on the rock.  To get you stoked, we have compiled a few photos from some of the classic desert climbs around Moab and Western Colorado. Rock on!

Climbing Castleton Tower in Moab, UT

Climbing desert towers in Moab, Utah. The Rectory in the background.

The sculpted corkscrew summit of Ancient Art in the Fisher Towers. This may be one of the wildest spots in all of desert climbing.

 

Independence Monument provides great sandstone climbing at a moderate level of difficulty. The famous “Otto’s Route” is mostly 5.6-5.8 with one short section of 5.9 at the top. It provides a nice introduction to multi-pitch climbing.

 

The Rectory in Castle Valley clocks in at 5.11 and offers some of the finest crack climbing of any tower route. Train for cracks in Indian Creek and then tackle this gem for a stellar week in the desert.

 

2017-09-19T15:57:01+00:00 March 19th, 2017|Blog, Rock Climbing|