|*Joshua Tree Bouldering*
Ropeless Days in Joshua Tree
Joshua Tree National Park is a mighty big place; 900,000 acres plus or minus a few, so this is an attempt to help our hands-up crowd get straight to what they want, bouldering! This is a work in progress so some things will inevitably get shifted around a bit, so please bear with us!
| || Dave Bruckman doing a lap. Early '80s? |
| || Darin sticking it on SNL. April '06. |
Getting Here and There
Each area has its own directions, with hyper-links to a greater area that the bouldering site might be found in. Being a work in progress, if there is any sketchy or confusing directions, please let an administrator know so the site can be improved!
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['4 Stars',25],['3 Stars',134],['2 Stars',279],['1 Star',380],['Bomb',5]
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|By Jason Scott Heacock|
Dec 15, 2011
Does anyone know if your able to camp out at (any) of these bouldering destinations? as in near the rocks for bouldering, ect....
especially if the other sites are full.....
|By susan peplow|
From: Joshua Tree
Dec 15, 2011
I guess that depends on which boulders you're talking about. Camping in JTNP is for established areas only, all of which are pay campgrounds. The park does allow for backpacking camps in 13 designated areas which might yield you some good results but.....these areas are also predetermined by the park. You must be registered, set up camp greater than 1 mile from the road and 500 feet from any trail.
In regards to sites being full....you can find BLM in Joshua Tree that is free, legal and never full.
Everything you need to know plus more about JTNP camping is found here including the suave little map to the BLM overflow area. Good luck!
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|By Manny Segovia|
From: Sacramento, California
Jan 13, 2014
Ive never had a problem before since climbers are generally very honest but my girl and I just got 3 pairs of shoes 2 chalk bags and a crash pad stolen from out campsite. LOCK UP YOUR GEAR. J tree is under 100 miles from LA and unfortunately not everyone who comes here is an honest climber :(. Yes Ive learned my lesson but I urge you to learn from my mistake and don't get your trip shortened. Its 5 minutes to put your gear in your car. Also, its a long shot but the items were 1 pair of size 39.5 women's Nago's. 1 pair of resoled half sole and rand size 9.5us men's Mythos. 1 pair of blue size 10 resoled half sole and rand Evolv's with the left upper Velcro ripped slightly. 1 black metoluis bailout crashpad that looks like every other crashpad haha. 1 black Prana chalk bag with a sun patch sewn on and 1 orange and black evolv chalk bag. If you see these on c list or anywhere else please email me a link so i can check em out. firstname.lastname@example.org thank you and PLEASE, lock up your gear at night or put it in your tent or something.