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BETA PHOTO: Looking up at the North West face from the trail. ...



This a an overhanging and slightly chossy wall that faces North West in a slight corridor. It is marked by traversing overlaps that tier out as you go up.

Getting There 

From the parking area walk the main trail past the cut off to the Gunsmoke. About 100yards past this split is a Park Service nature sign for a Parry Nolina that will be on your left. Pretend you are reading it, then turn around 180 degrees. Pud Saddler Rock will be about a 50 yard scramble up the boulders directly in front of you.

Climbing Season

Weather station 8.7 miles from here

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Follow the bolts up and right

Three Men and a Baby 5.12a/b 7b 26 VIII+ 26 E5 6a  CA : Joshua Tree National Park : ... : Pud Saddler Rock
Start in the decomposing corner and make some sandy and sorta sketch moves to clip the first bolt. Follow the tiers up and right doing big moves on steep rock. An interesting and delicate top out leads to a flat top out on the shoulder of the crag....[more]   Browse More Classics in CA

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