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Location: 33.7263, -117.1322 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Kris Moulton on Mar 23, 2011
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Sunny most of the time. New area still being developed and it looks as if the rock has never been touched. Some hard overhanging projects here. Decent granite. There is garbage that people dump around so watch your footing on approaches.

Getting There 

If your coming from the north or south on I-215, take the 74 East exit and head east. Follow for about 3.5 miles, then take a right on Briggs. There will be a big school on your right (Heritage School, name of rocks, get it?). Follow for half mile and take a left on McLaughlin. Follow for 1/4 mile. Take a right on Emperor Rd and the road will turn to dirt. Park somewhere where your out of the way depending on what rock your gonna climb.

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By Kris Moulton
From: Bishop, CA
Apr 9, 2011

Thanks for the input Dayne. I didn't know anything about it and was hoping someone like you would chime in. I ran into a rattler when I was searching around for boulders. Watch out!