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Rock Climbing Adventure in Joshua Tree National Park

Tue, 2022-04-26

The April 26, 2022 Mountaineers meeting will feature a talk by Sandra Corso, wilderness instructor and outdoor adventure guide, and Join us for a fun and entertaining program about a unique rock climbing area.

Joshua Tree was founded as a national monument in 1936, and promoting to a national park in 1994. It encompasses 790,000+ acres, larger than the state of Rhode Island, of which almost 430,000 acres are wilderness. Joshua Tree is a world famous rock climbing destination that offers thousands of routes and boulder problems. The park was initially developed by Yosemite climbers seeking warm temperatures and a variety of crack and face climbs on rough granite. Come join us on this slide presentation and get stoked to spend a few days next Fall, exploring this amazing popular destination.

Mountaineers’ meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of every month. When held in person, they take place in the planetarium of the Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC), 2600 Canyon Rd, Los Alamos, NM 87544. Recent meetings have been held electronically starting at 7:00 PM; we hope to return to in-person meetings as soon as me. Registration details for this virtual talk can be found at

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