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Temple of Sinawava

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Location
Zion National Park
Season:
Year-round
Rock Type:
Sandstone
Hazards:
Heat
Routes:
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Description

After you take the Zion Canyon scenic road, you'll come upon some crags (and some bathrooms). This is the Temple of Sinawava and although the cragging is pretty good (and the bathrooms are terrific), the real draw is the free routes. Monkeyfinger is the most famous, the most classic, of these, a crazy-tough ascent with good exposure. And the temple simply looks great. You'll want your friends to snap pictures of you as you climb.

Details

Location
Zion National Park
Rock Type:
Sandstone
Hazards:
Heat
Routes:
Months
Season:
Year-round

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