This is the lowest obvious wall on the hillside and is south and east-facing. It derives it's name from a certain genetic male deformity. Don't google the word, you really don't want to know. You can walk straight to the right end of Peyronie's Wall to do the .10's and .11's, or scramble up to the left before reaching the wall if you want to climb the moderates. The rock is very solid and the climbs go mostly on good edges. There are two shared anchors on top for top-roping the four routes on the south face. The two climbs on the east end have their own anchors.
To find yourself with Peyronie's, walk towards the obvious south-facing wall after crossing the stream bed. Either continue to the tree at the right end or scramble up to the left to gain the left end.
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El Gancho 5.10b Sport, 1 pitch, 35 feet
By Hook or Crook 5.11d Sport, 1 pitch, 40 feet
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By Hook or Crook 5.11d CA : San Bernardino Mountains : ... : Peyronie's Wall
By Hook or Crook is another very interesting climb. Start in a grotty offwidth on the right end of Peyronie's Wall. From the top of the crack, transition right through a delicate, sequential and strenuous crux, ending with a fun move to gain purchase atop the rail. Easy climbing on thin holds takes you to the top. Rappel or walk left to descend....[more] Browse More Classics in CA