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This crag does not have any routes listed!

We really need somebody who knows this crag to tell us what sectors, cliffs, boulders and routes that are in this crag- just the names and grades at this stage. You may use our web interface or throw it into an excel spreadsheet and send it to us. You will be attributed and earn lots of Karma points. If you are a publisher then we can use your copyright.

Please contact us if you want to know more or just get on with it.


Fun urban top-roping on soft Bay Area sandstone.

Access issues

The park is private property, although the Access Fund established an easement in the early 1990s specifically for climbing. This easement has the following restrictions:

  • the park is only open between 8am and sunset - being in the park outside these times is illegal, and trespassers are actively prosecuted!
  • no more than 8 climbers in the park at a time
  • no motorised equipment of any kind in the park (this includes drones)
  • no glass is allowed in the park
  • no alcohol or smoking in the park

Local landowners are generally supportive of climbers, but have had substantial problems with non-climbers misusing the park.

Please be considerate and polite while you're in the park, and spend 15 minutes at the end of your day picking up trash and packing it out - in addition to creating a nicer climbing experience it goes a long way to preserving good relations with the local community and the land manager.


Park in the small (5 car) gravel lot at the uphill end of the park, then stroll 30 feet to the rock. Top access is halfway up the low angled left side of the rock.

Do not park anywhere else, and do not block any driveways!

This crag doesn't have any sub-areas or routes yet!

If you are familiar with Handley Rock please take the time to add what you know. Thanks!

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