Joe Brown and Half Dome Area Rock Climbing
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|Location: ||33.9831, -117.3937 View Map Incorrect?
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|Submitted By: ||Euan Cameron on Jan 18, 2011|
A fine spring day at Joe Brown Boulder.
This area has a number of good boulder problems and top ropes, all with excellent rock quality. A number of the climbs are difficult to label as either bolder problems or Top Ropes, so use your judgement to decide how you want to tackle them. Joe Brown
and Half Dome Boulder
are located above the bridge while the Harrison Boulder
is to be found downslope below the bridge.
The classic climbs found here include The Mug
, The Eye
and Pink Bug
Walk up the access road. Just south of the summit the road has a bridge. This bridge is at the center of the area.
Weather station 3.2 miles from here
21 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',15],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Joe Brown and Half Dome Area
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Joe Brown and Half Dome Area:
Featured Route For Joe Brown and Half Dome Area
Trapeze V0 4 CA
: Inland Empire
: ... : Half Dome Boulder
On the southwest side of the larger Half Dome boulder, climb up the vertical face on excellent rock. Use sidebulls, an undercling, and incut flakes near the top. Fairly OTD with a not-so-great landing, many might opt to set a toprope utilizing the same anchors that are used for the north face cracks. Warning: lizards live under the deep undercling and might startle you, although I've never had one bite me in what I imagine are probably more than a hundred ascents....[more] Browse More Classics in CA
The cross from Joe Brown Boulder.
On the south shoulder of Joe Brown Boulder.
Joe Brown and the distant cross, Mt. Rubidoux
85ºF in January. Nice, perhaps a little too nic...
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The Ben Lewis Bridge and Joe Brown, Mt. Rubidoux