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    How hard is it to get to bob sled and rush?

    I am not the best climber but I love to go up and down stuff.....it is tough getting to the starting spots? I am excited for spring to arrive!!

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    No. Getting up to the start of Bobsled isn't bad. For one thing, the climb starts waaaay down at 4500 feet or so.

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    You're talking about Rush in Corner Canyons, Draper?

    There are a multitude of ways to reach Rush, some steeper than others. If you take the most common way, up Clarks you can park near the temple and it's only about a mile climb and around 650 vertical foot climb. It can be pretty steep at points but it's over quick.

    My first time up to Rush was from the bike park to Clark's which was longer and I took a few breaks on my way up. But that was my first climb of the season and I was woefully out of shape. Just a few times of doing it that month made it much easier.

    Just take your time and have fun. No climb up in Corner Canyon is really that hard or long.

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