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A cool standalone chert boulder 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 loose - don't trust it!
Note that the rock is exposed to the wind howling up from Rodeo Beach - it can be pretty unpleasant on cold, windy days.
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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