Joshua Tree

Popular traditional climbing destination in the United States. Spring and fall are ideal times to visit. Summer temps can reach over 120 deg F. There are cold and wet days during the winter, but not uncommon to have stretches of mild sunny weather while the bulk of the country freezes. There is a small offering of "sport" climbs that are less runout and better bolt-protected than others, but they are the minority as Joshua Tree is primarily a traditional climbers' paradise offering cracks, runout slabs, and spicy "mixed" routes.

Here are the 134 heroes who already climbed this spot

Don't hesitate to ask them some tips, they are awesome.
Romain Desgranges

Romain Desgranges

Letizia Aloisantoni

Letizia Aloisantoni

Goubau Colin

Goubau Colin

Alex Wood

Alex Wood

Gaylord Roukine

Gaylord Roukine

Nathan Welton

Nathan Welton

Natalie Duran

Natalie Duran

Paulo Saiz Navarro

Paulo Saiz Navarro

Christian Mercene

Christian Mercene

Sierra Blair-Coyle

Sierra Blair-Coyle

Olivier Marquet

Olivier Marquet

Shane Bates

Shane Bates

Tia Stark

Tia Stark

Scott Craig

Scott Craig

Ross Hill

Ross Hill

Maricela Rosales

Maricela Rosales

Richard Robinson

Richard Robinson

Michael Bali

Michael Bali

Jackie Trejo

Jackie Trejo

Megan Abshire

Megan Abshire

Peg Faulkner

Peg Faulkner

Ryan Ford

Ryan Ford

Jonathon Braud

Jonathon Braud

Michael Vautour

Michael Vautour

Luis Falero

Luis Falero

Ruel Galinato

Ruel Galinato

adam block

adam block

Sam Lehman

Sam Lehman

Kyle McLeod

Kyle McLeod

Phil Grassi

Phil Grassi

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Richard Rawson Richard Rawson Tuesday, December 22, 2015

We drove into Joshua tree with a plan, to head to the roadside rocks. We ended up going to far and stopping off by intersection rock. it was within walking distance for us so we decided to gear up and head over by foot. As I was getting ready Davi… See more

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