Unless you climb really hard, you will find warming up on this wall to be quite challenging, as entry level comes at the price of steep and reachy 5.11d/5.12a (Leapin’ Lizzards). Climbing here becomes nice in the afternoon area, as the sun leaves it between 3 and 3:30 in March.
If staying at the Bluff View house, walk out the door, turn right (west), and walk along the South Side Road for a few minutes looking for a clearing in the dense brush. If coming from the west side of the island, it is 2.7 miles (4.3 km) east of the Ashton Reid Road (aka “Bluff Road”). The crag is an obvious steep area of white rock with a leftward angling crack that marks the rightmost climb.
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