This is a light colored formation seen to the right of the pointed formation described in the West Mongolia approach. It can be identified by crack on the upper left face. This is "Yellow Peril". "Asian Fever" is an excellent 5.6, if the bolts are still there.
From the pointed formation, first encountered on the approach. Go around it's right side and follow a wash through boulders to a small valley beneath this formation.
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Yellow Peril 5.5 Trad, 1 pitch, 120 feet
Asian Fever 5.6 Trad, 1 pitch, 120 feet
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Yellow Peril 5.5 CA : Joshua Tree National Park : ... : Asian Fever Buttress
This climbs the prominent crack on the upper left side of the face. Climb up brown face with big holds to this crack. Follow this crack to where it becomes a wide crack/chimney and follow that to the top.The rap anchor is on a block, down and left of the top of this chimney....[more] Browse More Classics in CA