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By Ndumont
Feb 7, 2017
We explored most of the bouldering up there and found lots of choss. Not sure about the routes, lots of rock though and truck trail takes you pretty close.
By Lou Cerutti
From: Carlsbad, California
Feb 13, 2017
Where is this?
By RER
From: Southern California
Feb 13, 2017
These are the hills you see by the Indian Flats campground near Warner Springs.
By Ben May
From: Escondido, CA
Jun 3, 2017
I too have hiked out here quite a bit. There's a lot of mixed quality rock. Some of the quality boulder problems have a kitty litter top-out. To the Northeast, there are some VOTM or Tree like pillars that apparently have some old hardware. The brush breaking out here can be more of a challenge than you may want to tackle too. All that said, it is a cool area that was on the radar back in like the 70s and has since been abandoned. I think there's a boy-scouts club that now has partial ownership too. Don't quote me on that tho.
By RER
From: Southern California
Jun 3, 2017
The campground area and surrounding hills are part of the Cleveland National Forest. The Schoepe boy scout camp owns a small valley on the east side of the mountain that borders Los Coyotes reservation and Anza Borrego State Park. From my outings I found the best rock to be along the small creek heading south from Indian Flats camp and atop the adjacent peak. As well as a few spots if you continue past the camp up Puerta La Cruz.
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Submitted By: RER on Feb 5, 2017
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