Saint George is nestled among several mesas, which makes for interesting development patterns. Here at the edge of a development is a network of dirt roads crisscrossing haphazardly in front of a rocky gap in the mesa. People are camped here and there, and there is a little refuse blowing around, but I wouldn’t call it trashed. The 30 to 45-foot sandstone walls of the gap have a handful of bolted routes on them that amuse us nicely for a couple of hours. These routes are so short that it’s tempting to dismiss them, but there are some fun moves to be had here.