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Access issues inherited from Patrick's Point

No bolting is allowed in the state park. This includes replacing existing bolts.


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Approach from the base of Low Tide Crack. Look for the dihedral up the face of Wedding rock.

  1. 80ft Climb the right facing corner. Belay at the sloping ledge.

  2. 100ft Traverse around right to a large ledge.

  3. ??ft Traverse right for a few feet, then continue up cracks to reach the wall of the summit trail. Walk off.

FFA: Mark Butterworth & et al.

1 5.10
2 5.9

2 pitches. Gear belay anchors. Small pro. Walk off descent.

FFA: unknown

1 5.7
2 5.9

Pitch 1 is farther to the right.

Gear top anchor. Walk off descent.

FFA: unknown

Located to the left of the Wedding Rock trail, this conspicuous zig zagging crack overlooks an eroded slope above the beach. Hand and fist jams up polished rock lead to offwidth liebacking at the crux. Gear top anchor (1" to 2.5"). Easy walk off descent. Pro to 5" with doubles of the biggest piece.

FFA: Tim Osborne, 1968

Climb the widening hand crack on the left, avoiding the wide crack to the right. Pro to 5" (a single C4 #5 should suffice for wide pro).


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