Granary Canyon

Last Candition: February 19, 2017


5 out of 5
Date of Trip: May 2, 2020

Very little water. There were a couple of pools but nothing that you couldn't avoid easily. Webbing was still there and in good condition.

3 out of 5
Date of Trip: February 22, 2020

Used alternate scramble to skip R1. It was icy but comfortable.

Anchors all had new webbing but were poorly built. Some needless and old webbing was removed. Many anchors need to be cleaned up.

Water was all frozen. Walked across in some places. When it heats up, you will likely get wet. First rap into Lower Granary had a scary/icy/consequential ledge. Rapped down too it.

5 out of 5
Date of Trip: November 9, 2019

No water. Did full upper and lower granary. All anchors still good. Backed up the deadman anchor for first 4 rapellers, it held just fine.

Took group of 5 about 8 hrs. 2 were little kids so we took our time. Probably could do it in 6 next time. Lots of awkward rappel starts but not too hard for beginners.

Fun little canyon.

5 out of 5
Date of Trip: March 23, 2019

Did the full Granary. Upper, lower out the 60m rappel at the bottom. Lots of water in the various dirt potholes. A significant challenge to stay mostly dry. Most anchors were in good shape, we replaced several old anchors, and several missing. A few spots where we didn't take the time to created/replace old anchors(fiddlesticked off natural anchors)

5 out of 5
Date of Trip: April 23, 2017

Only did upper: Was dry for us, even under the arch was dry. Lots of anchor option to drop into upper granary, Easy fiddle for all but the first rap, even then we probably could have made it work. All webbing looked good.

5 out of 5
Date of Trip: February 19, 2017

Full of water, and lots of wading. Most I've seen putting it at a 3B for now. Heavy rain and cold wind. Highly recommend a wetsuit until things dry out a bit.