Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: Kelly Vaught and Frank Bentwood
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Shared By: Kelly Corbin on Aug 16, 2016
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Sharp moves pull past a couple bolts. Climb easy territory to a third bolt and a roof. Pull right and past the roof to get to two small finger cracks. Work your way to the anchor while placing small pro along the way.


If heading north from the road you'll hit this route first. It's not far above the floor and is very easy to get too.


.2-3 with an emphasis on small finger pieces. Two bolt rap anchor on top.


D. Evans
Tustin, California
D. Evans   Tustin, California
A really fun route with 3 distinct cruxes. Love the top part. Nov 1, 2016
susan peplow
Joshua Tree
susan peplow   Joshua Tree
A mixed line with bolts and ample gear options. Gear is good, easy to find and not funky or fiddly. Take some nuts and smaller gear in particular, interesting to watch who uses what for the upper crack. I opted for a textbook placement stopper, where two friend elected small cams. See for yourself, watch where you climb and belayers. No daydreaming or counting cars. Watch for loose rock. Nov 20, 2016
Jim Dover
Idyllwild, CA
Jim Dover   Idyllwild, CA
Led this yesterday and I have to say the amount of large loose rocks on this route make me hesitant to recommend it. It’s a little spooky and the protection in spots is…shall we say… um… thought-provoking. Still, I have to say it was a fun route. Just be careful where you place pro. The crux seems to be getting off the ground. Higher up the crux could be described as figuring out which way to go at the roof. Jan 28, 2018