Green Valley Gap, 5.6-5.12c Climber's Log

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Scott - Jan 2, 2018 10:20 pm Date Climbed: Dec 30, 2017

Green Valley Gap  Sucess!

Kimberly, Kessler, Shaylee, and I left Mesquite in the morning and headed for the Green Valley Gap near Saint George for some climbing. It was a nice day and most of the climbs were already "taken". Most of the ones left were either too hard to too easy for most. We all climbed Brazilian Ninja, Texas Jug, and an Unknown climb several times. Our guidebook said that the rock was loose here, but we found it to be pretty solid for sandstone.


ashlienoel - Jun 23, 2009 12:34 pm

Way Fun!  Sucess!

This is where I first learned how to rock climb. I really enjoy going there and have always had an awesome time.


asaking11 - May 22, 2008 4:57 pm

Fun climbing

Great place to take people that have never gone climbing before. Fun to go night climbing at when there is a full moon out.

Dow Williams

Dow Williams - Dec 30, 2006 6:34 pm

Green Valley Gap

First visited Green Valley Gap several years ago, very accessible, we actually were looking for a few last pitches before we caught a flight out of town. This trip, took the kids, super place to hang out and let everyone climb at their own level, pace. Also the warmest of the crags in St. George, short sleeves in December, hard to compete with. Many fun routes, more could be developed on the north wall and I am sure it is being done. Future housing development could zap this place though, so get out for a visit before it is gone.

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