Joshua trees in Joshua Tree NP.
It’s funny how long we had considered Joshua Tree to be a back-up plan for Red Rocks as opposed to being its own destination. I think it took two trips for us to really like place. Now we realize how special the area really is: uniquely beautiful landscape, fantastic granite and what the routes may lack in length they certainly make up for in quality and (in many cases) stoutness. We’d go more often if they allowed dogs or if Shirley got more work related trips down to southern California.
Joshua Tree NP.
JTree Day 2018 (December 2018)
JTree Day 2017 (January 2017)
Joshua Tree Quickie (January 2016)
Joshua Tree Day 2 (January 2015)
Joshua Tree Intro (March 2014)
Dos Equis Wall.
Breakfast Of Champions.
Bird Of Fire (5.10a)
Bird On A Wire (5.10a, 3 pitches)
Breakfast Of Champions (5.9, 2 pitches)
Count On Your Fingers (5.9)
Direct South Face (Of Moosedog Tower; 5.9, 2 pitches)
Illusion Dweller (5.10b)
Loose Lady (5.9)
North Overhang (5.9, 2 pitches)
Pope’s Crack (5.9)
Right Baskerville Crack (5.10a)
Rite Of Spring (5.9)
Scare Way (5.10b)
Solid Gold (5.10a, 2 pitches)
Walk On The Wild Side (5.8, 3 pitches)
November 2004. Clicky.