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Summary

A ship-shaped piece of dark red sandstone in the Paradise canyon. Vertical to very steep climbing on interesting features on mostly solid rock in a beautiful setting.

Description

Routes are rather short and - with some exceptions - athletic. Some of the grades should probably be revised as the holds errode slowly and climbs get harder - so don't be surprised if a 5.10c is not the warm-up you expected.

Approach

From the trailhead of Chuckawalla follow the obvious dirt trail along the climbing area Chuckawalla for about 20 minutes. You will see Turtle Wall to your left. There is a sign "Climbing Access", follow the small trail to the wall.

Ethic

Please check the bolts when climbing at Turtle Wall - the sandstone is not super solid and most of the bolts are (still) expansion bolts.

Routes

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A masterpiece with a glue in bolt as second bolt

Starts on Director of Human Affairs and leads into Flying Dragon

Same anchor as Director of Human Affairs

Shares start with The Actual Parchments

You can't miss the big holds

Largado

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Author(s): Dallas Lasley

Date: 2022

ISBN: 978-1-892540-77-5

Sharp End Publishing:
St. George, Utah has rapidly emerged as one of America's great climbing destinations, and St. George Bouldering is the definitive guide to all the amazing problems found near the resort city.
  • With abundant moderate problems, as well as mid-grade gems and unsent projects, St. George Bouldering gives the cordless climber plenty to do

Author(s): Todd Goss

Date: 2022

ISBN: 978-19540400-4-5

Sharp End Publishing:
This meticulously researched Rock Climbs of Southwest Utah and the Arizona Strip guidebook will inspire you to explore the ever-expanding climbing opportunities in and around the St. George region.
  • With 8 rock types, 60+ areas and seemingly endless opportunities, the St. George region has become one of the West's premier sport-climbing venues
  • Routes run the gamut from novice to expert, and scenery from red rock to alpine
  • This diverse area boasts more than 1,000 climbs

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