Access issues inherited from Patrick's Point

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



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2 pitches. Second pitch (5.6) is shared with Seawolf. Piton top anchor. Rappel descent.

FFA: unknown

2 pitches. Second pitch (5.6) is shared with Nautilus. Piton top anchor. Descend by rappelling from piton top anchor.

FFA: unknown

Climbs up the right side of the stack, between the sea stacks. Piton top anchors. Climb Nautilus or Seawolf to gain the anchors.

Follow the trail across the grassy north slope of Wedding Rock and cross the chockstone to the South Sea Stack. Climb the left-facing dihedral, then head up the slab to the shared bolted anchor. (source:

Located on the black face just inland from the North Sea Stacks on the north side of Wedding Rock. Follow thin cracks up the face. No top anchor. Pro: small nuts and cams. (source:

FA: Mark Butterworth & R. Kruse, 1974

Thin crack next to High Tide Crack on the north face of the south stack. Small pro.

FFA: Matthias Holladay & Richard Ludwig

Thin crack on the north face of the south sea stack. Scramble up the notch (4th class) from the east side at low tide. 2 bolt top anchor.

FFA: Matthias Holladay & Richard Ludwig

Hand to fist crack on the west face of the south stack, facing the ocean. 2 bolt top anchor. Scramble to the base at low tide (beware of slick rocks) or rappel in from the south stack summit. Pro to 2.5".

FFA: unknown

"Bigfoot Country Climbing" (Humphrey, Chemello) indicates a 5.11 toprope route to the right of Low Tide Crack.

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