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By Will S
From: Joshua Tree
Mar 27, 2007
|As of 3/17/07 the rap station(s) on the Say No to Jugs side of the corridor were chopped. To descend, scramble over or around the huge chockstone that spans the entire corridor to the other side, and walk right to a slung block near the end of the corridor. We left two average condition pieces of webbing and a very old cranked-down locker on the station for future parties. If you're headed here, it would be worth taking a knife, webbing, and rap rings to upgrade this station.|
By john durr
From: Joshua Tree, CA
Jan 30, 2014
The descent described above is good for routes on the south summit but there is a quick easy down climb from the north rock of the corridor that avoids crossing the chock stone, 5 minutes will see you back at the base of the route.
From the north side of the huge chock stone, head north west up slightly up left from the chock stone until you can see a easy exit going down and left. Follow this down and around until it comes out about 100 feet north of Beautiful Screamer and Rick's Roof on the west face.
This down climb is a fast and cool descent for Say No to Jugs.
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