Wall Street, the most popular climbing area near Moab, is a towering 500-foot-high cliff that looms above the Colorado River and UT 279 (=Potash Road). The highway is sandwiched between the cliffs and the river. The cliff, composed of Navajo sandstone, is easily accessed from numerous pullouts below the routes. Access time from car to cliff is usually less than a minute, making Wall Street the ultimate roadside crag.
Wall Street has more than 100 routes good for all levels of climbing. Most lines are single pitch, there are some bolts, but many routes required trad gear placement as well. Routes range in difficulty from 5.4 to 5.12, with the majority falling into the 5.10s.
My Wall Street Climbs
Below are some images from my favorite climbs at Wallstreet - more easier climbs from the area.
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