Rock Climbing in St. George and Zion National Park, Utah offers perhaps the greatest variety of climbing opportunities found anywhere in the United States.
Experienced guides will provide the rock climbing locations and needed gear. Rock climbing instructors will patiently guide you through to your goals of becoming a safe and competent climber.
Over 300 days of annual sunshine, mild winter temperatures and optional higher elevation climbs combine to make this region the ultimate experience for rock climbing. Local companies offer climbing on rock and even ice surfaces and give you the opportunity to explore incredible rock canyons, slot canyons or beautiful high mountain crags in the back-country.
Whether you enjoy top-roping, sport climbing or you’ve always wanted to give rock-climbing a try for the first time – you’ve found the right place.
A Couple Popular Climbing Locations
Chuckawalla Climbing Area
With most of the wall facing the sun, it makes for an attractive winter climbing location. Chuckawalla offers great sandstone rock with good grip. If you’re looking for prime red rock climbing this is the spot! It is all sport climbing meaning that if you don’t want to lead climb and you’re just looking to top rope then this isn’t the best location.
The climbing area is located about 2 min. from the outhouses and parking area. For more information and specifics on each route please click here!
Difficulty: 5.10 – 5.13 Style: Sport Climbing # of Routes: 29
Black Rocks Climbing Area
This climbing area makes for nice climbing both in winter and summer due to its canyon like shape offering a sunny side and a shady side. These routes are short fun climbs on black basalt rock. If you are looking for a good selection of top roping then this is the place for you!
For more information and specifics on each route please click here!
Difficulty: 5.7 – 5.12 Style: Sport/Top/Trad # of Routes: 61