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Wolverine Canyon

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About Wolverine Canyon:

Located east of the town of Firth in the foothills of Taylor Mtn., Wolverine Canyon is loaded with limestone chossy limestone. Tucked away in a shaded east-facing draw is a pretty decent band of limestone though. A majority of the routes were put up in 2005 with a few more added the following year. A great place to beat the sweltering Idaho summertime sun and even better in the spring and fall. Routes range from juggy to hiddeously thin and slabby.
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Directions: From Firth, take Wolverine Road east until it turns to dirt, about 12-15 mi. Proceed up canyon about 2 mi. and pass through narrow section of road crag is located up to the right above the road in a shaded draw. Parking is found just past the crag after crossing creek. You'll know you're there if you can see a big cave, (40 Horse Cave), up to the left from the road right after passing through the narrows. There is a faint trail leading to the climbs and the climbs are spread out across the wall. Trail work is planned to make the base of some climbs more level. Please tread lightly until then.
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Access Issues: None that are known; area is not on private land.
Camping: Yes
When to Climb: Autumn Spring Summer
Quantity of Climbs: Weekend

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