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Crazy Quilt Mesa is just east of Checkerboard Mesa. If you're driving on the East Entrance Road, it's the much-larger peak to the right of Checkerboard.
Features-wise, it looks much like Checkerboard. Like its smaller neighbor, it might have a scrambling route up and down it, but I currently know of only 2 established routes, and they go at 5.5 and 5.8.
Super-soft sandstone makes the grades here into headgames where almost everything is do-not-fall terrain, but if you're up to it, the climbing is fun and the views are great.
Park at a pullout 1 mile from the East Entrance Station (or 0.7 mi from the Checkerboard Mesa pullout). The picture below is from the pullout. Just cross the road to start the very short approach.
A scrambling route might exist, but there are 2 established routes-- 5.5 and 5.8-- that reach the top:
Both of these routes have some bolts on them, including some bolted anchors, but they are trad routes, not sport routes. You're going to be very unhappy, even on the 5.5, if you come out here with just your sport draws.
It now costs $30 for a week-long car permit.
Spring through fall
Recreation.gov lets you reserve sites in the park. Dispersed camping outside the park is possible but tricky because a lot of the surrounding land is privately owned. Just outside the East Entrance is Hi-Road Basecamp, a privately owned facility that has campsites and small cabins; showers and laundry are also available.