Spectre Point

Twentynine Palms, California 92277

Spectre Point

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Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"While driving on lonely desert highways, mountain climbers sometimes pass imposing jagged desert peaks and wonder what they would be like to climb. The Coxcomb Mountains, located in the remote northeast corner of Joshua Tree National Park, are emblematic of these kinds of mysterious summits. The crest of the Coxcombs is a triple-peaked massif. The highest peak is called Spectre Point. The northern peak is called Aqua (or Tensor), and has a USGS benchmark. And the most difficult summit to climb is called Dyadic. These challenging cross-country climbs belong on the mustdo list of any serious desert mountaineer. The northern Coxcomb Mountains are in a day-use area; no camping is allowed."

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Trail Information

Twentynine Palms
Nearby City
14
Distance
4,000 feet
Elevation Gain
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
12 hours
Duration
October-April
Season
Joshua Tree National Park
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Dec 2018