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Jan 29, 2003, 8:02 PM
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J-Tree  (North_America: United_States: California: Joshua_Tree_National_Park: _Joshua_Tree_National_Park_Overview_)
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I heard that the limit for camping in J-Tree is 14 days. It seems most climbers stay there a lot longer. Any tips on staying for the season with out many problems.
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What a lot of people do is stay for 2 weeks. then go to Taquitz or Black Mountain for a little bit and then come back. Or if you don't mind the drive Bishop and Red Rocks aren't that far away.


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If you change campgrounds(not just campsites) every 10 days, you are probably set. This sounds like a pain if you want to set up shop but its the people who look realy dug in (sun shower enclosure, clothes line, etc.) that get bothered. The best bet is to cycle in and out of Jumbo(I know its crappier) and the rangers will never catch on. Also that way it opens up the good sites every once in a while in Ryan and HV for the rest of us who never seem to find spots there.


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