The right portion of the crag is shorter and more blocky than the left and starts above a seasonal stream. Many of the first bolts are somewhat high with bad landings, so a stick clip may be prudent.
Carefully cross Highway 38 and then follow a trail down to the crag which will lead directly to the base of the right side.
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P.H.D. 5.10c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b CA : San Bernardino Mountains : ... : Right Side
This enjoyable route starts on the far left side of the face and features enjoyable moves up a slightly overhung face with positive holds. The first bolt is kinda high above a bad landing, so a stick clip may be prudent for shorter climbers. Sidepulls along opposing aretes and edges work up the face to a hidden jug just past the second bolt. Continue up and left into an awkward flared, left-facing dihedral, pull a small roof and finish up a short section of easy face to anchors. A bit dirty in t...[more] Browse More Classics in CA
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