Humber Park Rock Climbing
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|Location: ||33.7653, -116.6867 View Map Incorrect?
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|Submitted By: ||Euan Cameron on Mar 28, 2010|
Daffodils along the Ernie Maxwell Scenic Trail.
As well as being the starting point for Tahquitz Rock
, Humber Park also hosts a few boulders that are worth getting the shoes and pads ready.
All the boulders are located within a short stroll from the parking area, and the problems are all located on excellent rock.
In general the problems are fairly moderate in their grade, but the problems are good and worth a look if in the area.
From LA or Palm springs via Interstate 10 take Highway 243 from the town of Banning 24 miles south to the town of Idyllwild. After a stop sign (your first since leaving Banning) make a left onto North Circle Drive, the second left, and follow it to another stop sign. Make a right and then your first left onto Fern Valley Drive and follow the signs to Humber Park.
From the San Diego via Interstate 215 take Highway 74 to the town of Hemet, from which it's 14 miles to the small town of Mountain Center and the junction with Highway 243. Drive 5 miles to the town of Idyllwild and make a right onto North Circle Drive (just past The Fort) and follow it to a stop sign. Make a right and then your first left onto Fern Valley Drive and follow the signs to Humber Park.
Climbing Season For the San Jacinto Mountains area.
Weather station 1.9 miles from here
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