CLIMBERS COFFEE STARTS IN JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK

CLIMBERS COFFEE STARTS IN JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK

The Joshua Tree National Park is a destination for rock climbers from all over the world. As the seasons change, the Park is restarting a popular weekly climbers’ get-together. Park Ranger Pam Tripp invites the sports lovers to “climbers’ coffee”, starting in October…

Every winter, rock climbers converge on Joshua Tree National Park to experience the wonders of climbing the park’s granite spires.  From scrambling to technical climbing, the park is a wonderland of rock formations that offer challenge and enjoyment for all skill levels.   Beginning in October and running through May, every Friday and Saturday, the park hosts a weekly program called Climbers Coffee at the Hidden Valley campground area near Intersection Rock.   Climbers Coffee features Ranger Bernadette, an experienced climber, who will share climbing stories, answer questions and be available to discuss general and specific climbing as well as other park issues. Joshua tree has thousands of climbing routes and offers climbers an excellent opportunity to hone their skills and enjoy the sunshine during the winter months when other popular climbing areas are buried in snow. For information regarding the climbers’ coffee, contact Bernadette Regan at 760-367-5578.

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