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The side that faces the road. In the center of the face, the tunnel that gives the rock, and the route "The Eye" its name should be obvious at the top of a wide chimney.

Ethic inherited from Joshua Tree National Park

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Follow a thin red dike.

No gear, 2 bolts, gear for anchor. Very run-out.

There is an obvious wide chimney on the side facing the road -- climb this chimney, or mostly the right-side wall of the chimney on veneer plates and cracks. Then, rather than having to pull the over-hanging apparent finish, escape back through a tunnel (the "eye").

Start up the ramp of the The Eye, then traverse right on plates to the arete, and finish up the arete.

Start up the chimney, then go left to the arete.


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