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Rings Loop Trail - Climbing Rings
California

Climbing rings near the end of the Rings Loop Trail in the Mojave National Preserve.  The Rings Loop Trail is a 1 1/2 mile loop trail that can be started either at the south of the Hole In The Wall Information center, or near this point north of the Information Center.  It all depends if you want to descend or climb out of Banshee Canyon.

The decent or climb out of Banshee canyon is not to difficult, 2 sections of rings maybe 8 - 10 feet at the most.

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