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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityTop Rope, Trad and Unknown
Long/Lat: -122.107966, 37.228280
- Access Issues: inherited from Castle Rock State Park
'Summit Rock' is closed year-round for nesting peregrines. The Access Fund is negotiating to have this reduced to a seasonal closure.
Start left of 'Dragon Breath'.
Start left of 'Triple Overhang'.
Bring long webbing. Use the single bolt and the tree for a top anchor.
If leading, ascend the gully on the left above the ledge, slinging handlebars for natural pro. If top-roping, stay right to ascend the arête. For setting a top-rope anchor, bring lots of webbing and sling the huge knob.
Renee Eckert 9 years ago|
|8||Great Roof, Left||5.12a||50ft|
khoi bui 12 months ago|
Ali Yu 8 years ago
|5.12a||Great Roof, Left||50ft|