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San Rafael Swell

San Rafael Swell Canyoneering and Technical Canyons

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Recent Condition Reports

  1. Austin Farnworth The Squeeze from the top via Miners Trail
    The water is currently at about half capacity. There are plenty of keepers to deal with, though all but one...
    Sep 4, 2017 by Austin Farnworth
  2. MTN_DUDE Chamber of the Basilisk
    Sat at the top of the Chamber for quite some time before deciding to go do something different. There was one...
    May 13, 2016 by MTN_DUDE
  3. robert kyslovsky Chamber of the Basilisk
    Enjoyed the Chamber on January 9th, lots of fun. Dont have a GPS and the route was not hard to follow using...
    Jan 14, 2016 by robert kyslovsky
  4. levifackrell North Fork of Iron Wash
    we decided to make a deadman rappel at the 40 ft dryfall instead of finding a down climb but a down climb...
    Oct 22, 2015 by levifackrell
  5. Patrick Kane Chamber of the Basilisk
    These GPS points were very helpful for navigating to the drainage, as Goblin Valley is a difficult place to...
    Oct 6, 2015 by Patrick Kane
  6. Jeremy Freeman Zero Gravity Canyon
    Canyon appeared to be about half full. We didn't touch the bottom when jumping the typical "zero g" jump. 5-6...
    May 6, 2015 by Jeremy Freeman
  7. peakbaggers Baptist Draw
    Baptist from first campsite on the edge of the first trees driving in: One team member was able to drive in...
    Oct 8, 2014 by peakbaggers
  8. yetigonecrazy Farnsworth Canyon
    Farnsworth is a really short narrows through the San Rafael Reef. It is completely flat except for a one...
    Jun 1, 2014 by yetigonecrazy
  9. Mountaineer Baptist Draw
    Baptist has a high flash flood danger. Do not enter if there is any chance of rain.
    Apr 24, 2014 by Mountaineer
  10. Camron S Chamber of the Basilisk
    Awesome trip through here on April 1. My older boys and I went the technical route and my wife and younger...
    Apr 17, 2014 by Camron S
  1. Baptist Draw

    Baptist Draw is an extremely scenic canyon in the San Rafael...
    4.25/5, 4 votes
    Canyon Rating:
    3A II
    Rappels, Longest | Total:
    80' | 2
  2. Chamber of the Basilisk

    The Chamber of the Basilisk is a fantastic feature in the Goblin...
    4.16666666667/5, 6 votes
    Canyon Rating:
    3A II
    Rappels, Longest | Total:
    80' | 1
  3. Forgotten Canyon (aka Secret Mesa Canyon)

    A short, deep, and rarely visited canyon in the western part of...
    3/5, 1 vote
    Canyon Rating:
    2A III G
    Rappels, Longest | Total:
    NA | NA
  4. The Squeeze from the top via Miners Trail

    The Best Canyon in the Swell! Well, the meatiest technical...
    4.83333333333/5, 6 votes
    Canyon Rating:
    4B IV
    Rappels, Longest | Total:
    100' | 15
  5. Ding and Dang Canyons

    The Hype Ding and Dang are two short canyons that can be...
    3.5/5, 8 votes
    Canyon Rating:
    2A II
    Rappels, Longest | Total:
    NA | NA
  6. Crack Canyon

    The Hype Crack Canyon is a fairly interesting non-technical...
    3.25/5, 4 votes
    Canyon Rating:
    2A II
    Rappels, Longest | Total:
    NA | NA
  7. Little Wild Horse Canyon

    The Hype: Little Wild Horse Canyon is probably the most...
    4.14285714286/5, 7 votes
    Canyon Rating:
    2A II
    Rappels, Longest | Total:
    NA | NA
  8. Jeremy Freeman
    5/5, 1 vote
    Canyon Rating:
    3B II R
    Rappels, Longest | Total:
    30' | 1-2
  9. Enigma Canyon

    Enigma Canyon is a beautiful and very wild slot canyon located...
    4/5, 1 vote
    Canyon Rating:
    3B III
    Rappels, Longest | Total:
    60' | ?
  10. Southern Baptist Canyon

    Southern Baptist Canyon is a nice little canyoneering route just...
    3/5, 2 votes
    Canyon Rating:
    3B III
    Rappels, Longest | Total:
    90' | 3-4
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