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By Robbie Mackley
From Tucson, AZ
Dec 24, 2012
Me and Holden at the "Matterhorn"
I will be heading out to J-Tree soon, and as it will only be my second time in the park I am asking the MP community for some info. I am mainly interested in recomendations for beginer trad leads, however any helpfull or just plain entertaining info about the park woube greatly appriciated. Thanks in advence.
-Mackley

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By FrankPS
From Atascadero, CA
Dec 24, 2012
A good place to start would be to purchase either Vogel's or Miramonte's guidebook. A lot of helpful info in both of those.

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By Adam Stackhouse
Administrator
Dec 24, 2012
Courtright Reservoir, September 2013
mountainproject.com/scripts/Se...

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By david doucette
Dec 25, 2012
Top of Intersection Rock, Joshua Tree NP.
check out the first link that comes up, that's all you need;

lmgtfy.com/?q=joshua+tree+begi...

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By Snoopy
Dec 25, 2012
the entire dairy queen wall

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By Kangaru Rat
From Under a Rock
Dec 25, 2012
You may want to avoid Double Cross

mountainproject.com/v/double-c...

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By Chris Norwood
From San Diego, CA
Dec 25, 2012
High on the Beckey Route on the Bastille Buttress of Lone Pine Peak
What kind of grades are you looking to get on? Dairy Queen Wall is a good suggestion, along with Rock Garden Valley. Lots of fun moderates between those two areas. Forget the above recommendation to stay off Double Cross! -- it's a lot of fun...don't get scared away if you can lead solid at the grade. There's plenty of fun stuff right around the campground, and much more if you're willing to explore.

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By Brandt Allen
From Joshua Tree, Cal
Dec 25, 2012
Dairy Queen Wall and Rock Garden Valley are indeed excellent areas, but unless it is unseasonably warm, they're not a good choice this time of year as they get little or no sun.
As mentioned above, looking through a guide book and choosing a sunnier spot with climbs in your grade level is a better idea.

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By clint helander
From anchorage, alaska
Dec 25, 2012
Sleeping on top of Washington column after climbing the Prow. Yosemite.
you can also rent a guidebook from the local climbing shop in J Tree.

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By toddgordon
From Joshua Tree, California
Dec 25, 2012
joshuatreeclimb.com/ClimbsGues...

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By Avi Katz
Dec 26, 2012
I'll be heading out there with some friends tomorrow and staying till the 10th-ish. Any Jtree vets have suggestions for the preferred guidebook?

Thx

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By Nelson Day
From Joshua Tree, CA
Dec 26, 2012
me (about to sneeze)
Atlantis Wall is a great beginner spot as well. In lost horse area.

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By Robbie Mackley
From Tucson, AZ
Jan 6, 2013
Me and Holden at the "Matterhorn"
Thanks Todd, this is exactly what I was looking for.

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