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Let's Get Horizontal

5.11b, Trad, 60 ft (18 m),  Avg: 2.3 from 8 votes
FA: (TR) Kelly and Jeff Rhoads, October 1982, FL: Chris Miller 1998
California > Joshua Tree NP > Hidden Valley Area > Outback > Steve Canyon Area > Steve Canyon > Super Roof Wall


Scramble/climb up to a small ledge where the actual climbing begins, and then climb up the vertical face (optional pro below the roof) and out the roof on positive holds to enjoyable climbing above, passing a horizontal crack (gear to 2.5 inches) and up to the top. Descend as per Super Roof. Two stars out of five.

A unique route for the area in that it features steep, well-protected moves on mostly large, incut features.

* Originally sported 4 bolts and bolted anchors.


Located just left of Super Roof.


2 bolts (3/8"), gear to 3 inches

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[Hide Comment] Lets replace the bolts! Aug 28, 2010
Robbie Brown
the road
[Hide Comment] A good route! the moves out of the overhang are powerful and gymnastic! Also the crux after the second bolt is way hard for people under like 5.10 Nov 15, 2012
[Hide Comment] I was on this a few weeks back and there are only two bolts on the lower half. Gear went well at camalot c4 0.4" and 2" Dec 4, 2013