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By Isaac T.
From: Yokosuka, Japan
Mar 29, 2009
|The Municipal Water building is no longer green, it is white... It looks like a castle kinda with no windows. As of 3-28-09 there is a road closed sign (probably due to the fire that recently swept through the area) on Gibraltar Rd, however the road is open all the way to the top.|
By Matthew Fienup
From: Ventura, CA
May 26, 2009
|Gibraltar Road is now open, following the devastation of the Jesusita Fire. Every crag in the Gibraltar Area (including Cold Springs Dome) was seriously affected. For a gallery of images of the various crags and the effects of the fire, click here|
By andy patterson
From: Santa Barbara, CA
Apr 18, 2015
Mina, The Playground is located off of West Camino Cielonot Gibraltar Road.
Personally, I'd recommend dozens of places to climb instead of The Playground, but that's just me (especially if you want Gibraltar-esque climbing). If you still want to climb Gibraltar, try hiking up Rattlesnake Canyon trail, which brings you all the way up to Gibraltar road. It's between 1 and 1 1/2 hours of hiking. Not bad, actually. A lot of climbers I know (including myself) do the "long" approach for the training. We call it "Front-Country Alpine."
By Sam Fearer
Nov 14, 2015
FOUND: piece of pro, Gibraltar rock.
Saturday, November 7th. Give a description if it might be yours!