Left of Not a Hogan in center of wall.
This is the left of the 2 aid climbs. It is the safer of the 2 aid routes for 2 reasons. There are a few "chicken" bolts on the tough lower section, and the base is level and soft sand, compared to the boulder at the base of the right route. Look for the first bolt to the left of the fist sized hole that you hook to start the route. (or come in from the left if you want to fight with the bush at the base.) [description taken from www.joshuatreeclimb.com]
Sketch walk off on opposite of top or downclimb to the left and rap off slings into chimney.
Submitted by: cobbledik on 2010-11-28
Route ID: 107409
Lower section will probably go clean at C3 (C2 if you clip the bolts) (I didn't have the balls to try) Above the third bolt/rivet the route goes clean; offsets very helpful. Trad anchor at top (used #1 C4s)
Hardest part is dealing with the relative rottenness of the rock.