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Lizard's Landing-East Formation

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Lizard's Landing-East Formation 

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Submitted By: Adam Stackhouse on Feb 28, 2010
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Lizard's Landing-East Formation.
Photo by Blitzo.


East of the Central formation on top of the hill

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The Eastern Formation of Lizard's Landing, showing Bighorn Bivy (5.8+).  Not the best angle to show the route, but it was all I had access to. Photo by Blitzo.

Bighorn Bivy 5.8+ 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c  CA : Joshua Tree National Park : ... : Lizard's Landing-East Forma...
An interesting varied route on pretty good rock (for the area). One of the better in the area, IMHO.Climb the broken slab up to a roof. Careful placement and extension as far out right as you can will pay off later when climbing questionable patinas and looking down at the thin wire you placed as your last piece. Traverse right under the roof until you get to a break formed by a finger crack. Follow that up and over, into a slight dihedral. Right about the time the protection opportunities w...[more]   Browse More Classics in CA

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By Roy Suggett
Nov 17, 2011

Back in the late 90s I put up two routes on this formation. I may have put them in the notebook under different names back then...but I can not remember. So...They are here now to the best of my memory, such as it is. Sheep Scat and Ewe Stretch.