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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
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Location: CA : Joshua Tree National Park : Real Hidden Valley : Real Hidden Valley Vicinity : Turtle Rock : ... : Photo
By: ChrisL When: Jul 16, 2014

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Comments: Is this really 120' for that one pitch (as the main entry states)? Is it not possible to rap with a 60m rope?

Location: NV : Red Rock : Oak Creek Canyon : Solar Slab - Upper Tier : Solar Slab (5.6) : Photo
By: ChrisL When: Jun 12, 2013

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Comments: Not to nitpick, but from the photo it appears the climber is just above the first good piece of gear.

Location: CA : Joshua Tree National Park : Quail Springs Area : Courthouse Formation : Unforgiven (5.12a)
By: ChrisL When: Jan 6, 2013

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Comments: Great story. But also because of the film?

Location: CA : San Diego County : Mission Gorge : Limbo Area : Indecision (5.9+ PG13)
By: ChrisL When: Jul 16, 2011

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Comments: I can see these routes being distinguished based on the initial moves, but I (and my climbing partners) have only managed to do the arete moves on the left-hand side. Perhaps the routes merge halfway up?

Location: CA : Joshua Tree National Park : Lost Horse Area : Super Heros Wall : Yosemite Sam (5.4)
By: ChrisL When: Sep 19, 2010

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Comments: At what I believe is the top of the original route I decided to continue to the top of the formation to belay, so I could do the walkoff to the right. The remaining climbing (about 12 ft) looked maybe 5.7 or less, but as I grabbed a nice hold on top of a large plate in the least exposed middle section, it moved and threatened to fall right down on top of me. A bit spooked, I went left instead, which was more exposed, but allowed for a reasonable move to a mantle and then the top of the rock. ... more >>

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