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The west face, which faces more towards the oval parking lot.

Ethic inherited from Joshua Tree National Park

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Just left of the high-point, look for a pair of nearly parallel cracks above a scoop so big it is a ledge. The climb starts up on the ledge.

Probably a good idea to have the belayer up on the ledge, too, to reduce the chances of a bad fall near the start of the route.

The right-hand of the three obvious left-leaning bottom-to-top cracks on the west side.

About 10 feet left of B-1, the middle of the three obvious bottom-to-top cracks.

A little bit shorter than the other two, and a bit farther left, the left-most of the three obvious bottom-to-top cracks.

Climb a dike with small square edges.


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