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The river can sometimes be high and hard to cross.
DescriptionStart on a low jug and work your way across 15 feet of underclings and small seams for your feet. Once you traverse over, work small holds and a side pull to reach a large jug to begin your ascent to the top out (crux).
LocationThis will be found on the Mentone Meteorite. To find this boulder,get on Hwy 38 and continue past the second turnout for Old Mill Creek Road for about .25 miles. You will see a pull out on the right side of the road. Park there get on the trial/road and head past the water towers, across a large field, past a old house foundation with the chimney still intact, until you see a narrow path head off to the right (towards the wash). Follow his trail for about 100 yards and you will see the Meteorite ahead.
Route begins on the far left side of the Meteorite's front face.