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Bunker Creek

At 9,000 feet Bunker Creek offers tolerable summertime bouldering. However, the best conditions are during late spring or early fall. The thickly forested area offers much more seclusion and adventure for those that seek it. The welded tuff comes with varying quality. Many boulders are complete choss while others are forgotten gems.

Rock Type: Welded Tuff


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From Cedar City:  From Main St. in Cedar City (mileage starts here), follow the signs up Cedar Canyon, RT. 14 for 17miles.  Turn left onto RT. 148 towards “Cedar Breaks”.  After 7.2mi turn right onto RT.143 to “Panquitch Lake.”  Drive for 11.7mi, turn left onto a good dirt road.  Springfield Parking is at 0.6mi, and The Meadows is at 2.4mi.

 From SLC:  I-15 south, take the Parowan exit.  Drive up Parowan Canyon RT. 143 towards “Brian Head Ski Resort”.  After approximately 15mi, turn left going to “Panguitch Lake.”  This will still be RT. 143.  Drive 11.7mi and turn left onto dirt road.


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