Notch Peak, Utah
The Notch Peak in Utah is the tallest of all the carbonate cliffs in the United States, and it is also the most dangerous. It is a part of the House Range, and the height is more than nine thousand feet above sea level, making it a prime tourist destination spot.
Hiking to the top of the area and taking in the breathtaking view below while enjoying a picnic doesn’t sound too shabby! Make sure to look for the Bristlecone pines, estimated to be 3,000 to 4,000 years old and are located on the ridges surrounding Notch Peak.
Also, check out The Swiss Route and the Book of Saturdays. They are two of the most well-known rock-climbing courses in the region.