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This area is a little like The Buttermilks. Project heaven.
This little area lies one mile north of Luna Mountain. The rocks are very spread out with the exception of an area I call Bed Springs Flats. It lies on a ridge and contains several dozen rope routes and many more boulders.
5 Total Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',3],['Bomb',1]
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I climb in this area and want to do something to k...
The Red Corner. BETA PHOTO:
Lupine in spring 2006.
Left of Peace rock lies this arete'. BETA PHOTO:
joshua tree in spring
Gear gaurding at the belay is my Troy.
West Faces Peace and Love Rocks BETA PHOTO:
The Eagles Buttress.This is one of the best crags ...
Rock of Horror. BETA PHOTO:
North Face of Love Rock
Snake Buttress. BETA PHOTO:
This is the first 10 I bolted.It has hidden holds ...
Rock detail at the Luna Boulders, San Bernardino M...
South Face of Love Rock BETA PHOTO:
By Tyler Logan From: Bishop, CA Mar 20, 2008
Call WHO for information? When you say "under constant development," do you mean housing development? Or do you mean that climbers are currently developing the area?
By Euan Cameron Administrator From: Redlands and Mammoth Lakes Apr 15, 2008
Most of the route posted have pitiful descriptions. Not exactly inspiring me to visit.
By C Miller Administrator Aug 26, 2010
This is a decent area to check out with lots of boulders and smaller formations on variable quality rock. Climbing is possible here all year but Spring and Fall are best.