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Elevation: 5,240 ft
GPS: 34.301, -117.229 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: David Aldama on Oct 1, 2017
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes
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This area consists of quite a few formations further west that have been developed mostly after the release of Brad Singer's guide book but is still is considered apart of the West Point area. For more information on these routes it would be best to contact the Rim of the World Climbing Club.

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Continue about 100 yards west of West Point.

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There are about 50 newer routes, all further west than the routes in Brad's book, this area is all considered WEST POINT.
The formation in the picture on the right is called RINGTAIL PINNACLE, the route is called Blackballed 5.9*, 4-bolts, chain anchor.
The formation on the left is called FLINSTONE ROCK, the route is Salute The Flag 5.10a**, 4-bolts,chain anchors
There is a dihedral crack to the right of Salute The Flag called No More Gym 5.6 Nov 9, 2017
The next formation up and west is called PINIC BASKET SLAB, the route is called May Pops 5.10a***, 5-bolts, chain anchors (thousand star route)
Then the next route down and west is called Kiss Of The Hops 5.7*, 4-bolts, chain anchors Nov 9, 2017

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