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By brian benedon
Oct 26, 2013
The area is named Ranger Danger due to our encounter with a volunteer ranger want a be.
He gave us paper handouts on how to camp without a fire. We may have used them to start our camp fire.
Did I mention the camping is great.
Please follow low impact camping practices in this special place.
The route Ranger Danger is an abandon project up a curving wide crack on the left end of the main wall. the first Pitch is good, it takes a large cam. I bailed below a large cactus patch on P-2. Don't get on it with out kit.
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