Bring a thicker rope, something that you aren’t afraid of getting dirty, certainly don’t bring your brand new superdry coated half ropes. Also, bring a l arge selection of cams, try to head there with at least a double rack, you’ll probably end up asking another party to borrow a couple of pieces if you intend on climbing splitters.
Don’t be concerned with packing your gear into just one pack, this is one of the few destinations that you can approach the crag yard-sale-style, don’t even unpack your bin if you have one, just carry it to the route that you plan on climbing.
Another thing to consider i n Moab is the temperature. Often, on sunny days the midday temps at Wallstreet can get pretty hot, a good plan is to climb early and then take a break midday for lunch, returning to the cliff around 2 p.m. when the routes start to go back into the shade.
Moab is a great small town, it seems to be a centre for adventuring for not only climbing but most outdoor adventure sports. Be sure to take a day off and check out the mountain biking too, it’s world class and almost as enjoyable as the climbing. Being such an accessible and varied crag Wallstreet is not to be missed, even if you only head there for a few hours while passing through it is worth the visit.