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GPS: 32.361, -110.71635
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Shared By: Matt Fowls on Apr 17, 2010 · Updates
Admins: adrian montaño, Greg Opland, Brian Boyd, JJ Schlick, Kemper Brightman, Luke Bertelsen

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The Jungle is composed of two cliffbands lying at ft. on Mount Lemmon. Its black and tan streaks look very out of place on the mountain.

Problems are between the V0 – V8 range.

This area doesn't seem to fit any description for areas on Mt. Lemmon. With that said, please post info that might help clarify the details about the area.

Getting There Suggest change

To get there, park at the pullout with a yellow 20mph recommendation sign (MP 9.8ish). The old directions were to hike through the wash uphill, however it has grown over since the area was developed. Following the trail on the right side of the wash directly up the hill is much easier. When you arrive at the Forest, leave the main trail and hike left around the cliff band following a faint trail that enters the wash. Move up the wash until you can see the Jungle wall up on a ledge to the right.

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