This sunny crag, actually the other side of The Orc Wall in Steve Canyon, is host to a number of fun routes with a quick, easy approach. Season Opener (5.8), Watanobe Wall (5.10a) and Come-n-Do-Me (5.10b) are all popular routes here.
Most easily approached by parking along Park Boulevard in any of several paved pullouts adjacent to the rock and following trails to the base of your chosen crag. The approach takes from 5-10 minutes usually.
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Watanobe Wall 5.10a Trad, 1 pitch, 60 feet
Come-n-Do-Me 5.10b Trad, 1 pitch, 60 feet
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Yei-Bei-Chei Crack 5.9 CA : Joshua Tree National Park : ... : Watanobe Wall
1 star; it could have been 2 but for the face that the climb is a little difficult to approach and the line discontinuous. Either way, the climb is still a good, safe and protectable line to do once in the area.This route is on the West Face of the West Side of Steve Canyon, facing Quail Springs road. There are 2 sub-rocks here. The Northward of these is referred to as the Hot Tub, and the South of these is also known as Watanobe Wall. This area can be reached from the inside of Steve ...[more] Browse More Classics in CA