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A cool free-standing chert cube with faces up to about 20' high. Some nice boulder problems on the left hand side (V0-V5) and some possible futuristic projects under the overhang. The tall, clean right hand side has a handful of 5.8+ top rope problems.

There's one manky hangerless bolt above the right hand wall, but it's best to bring a lot of long slings or a 2nd rope to sling a block way back from the edge. There's also a 1" - 2" cam flake immediately behind the bolt, but it's exceptionally loose - don't use it!

Note that the rock is exposed to the wind howling up from Rodeo Beach - it can be pretty unpleasant on cold, windy days.

Access issues inherited from San Francisco Bay Area

For any/all access issues at crags in this region, please contact the Bay Area Climbers Coalition.


Park in the lot at the intersection of Conzelman Rd and McCullough Rd, then walk up the grassy slopes above the roundabout.

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