|Jump Chump Clump
This run-and-jump problem, of which Joshua Tree has many, uses the concave face below to lauch for the huge patina plate which beckons high above the desert floor. Plan your take-off carefully and then fly upward to an easy topout. Credit John Long for the vision to see this entertaining diversion.
Left side of the south face, just left of Yawning Flare.
|By Russ Walling|
Dec 10, 2007
rating: V2- 5+
Rated J1 on the Run and Jump scale.