Looking Glass

Looking Glass

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Additional Information Image Type(s): Rock Climbing

Overview

Looking Glass Rock is a 6,420 ft/1,957 m sandstone formation located between Moab and Monticello, Utah.
The climb to its top is very easy, usually done in 3 pitches, bolted. The highlight, however, is a spectacular 185 foot free rappel that drops out of an exposed keyhole window. The summit views are marvelous, with snow capped La Sal Mountains looming to the northeast and the Henry and Abajo Mountains to the west and southwest.

We brought only one 70 meter rope for the rap, and it was sufficient with the stretch.

Images from Looking Glass


Parking LotParking Lot
Duchess exploring Looking GlassDuchess exploring the area
From the Inside of Looking GlassAmazing scenery
Exploring Looking GlassInside the alcove
Easy climbingEasy scramble
Summit of Looking GlassSummit of Looking Glass
Rap anchorsRap Anchors
Squeezing inSqueezing in
Free Hanging RappelFree hanging rappel
Finally downFinally down



External Links

Looking Glass on Mountain Project


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