Mission Gorge is located in the Mission Trails Regional Park - www.mtrp.org. Routes include traditional, sport, and a few clean aid lines.
From Interstate 8 - Take 8 to the Mission Gorge/Fairmount exit. Turn north onto Mission Gorge Road. Continue down Mission Gorge Road for approximately 4 miles. Look for the large wooden park sign on Mission Gorge Road. Turn left onto Father Junipero Serra Trail. Park along the road prior to the gates, or in the dirt parking lots next to the visitors center. The climbers loop trails are on the right side about 0.4 miles down Father Junipero Serra Trail as marked by kiosks.
155 Total Routes
['4 Stars',3],['3 Stars',53],['2 Stars',84],['1 Star',15],['Bomb',0]
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Latest Regional Forum Messages
|By Ladd Raine|
From: Plymouth, NH
Apr 21, 2007
Rock here is so slick, footwork is ultra-important
From: San Diego, CA
Dec 16, 2009
This is my favorite place to climb in San Diego and the only sane option within the county for hot summer months due to the northwest orientation. Show up early and head home when the mid-day sun hits.
Mission Gorge has a high concentration of quality climbs. I can't think of another cragging location in San Diego where you can knock off so many routes in a day. My personal record is 24, each of us leading half the routes. For real though, 10 routes from gate opening at 8am to lunchtime is standard operating procedure.
From: santee, ca
Feb 8, 2012
SDG&E is trying to build a Power Plant next to Sycamore canyon (Santee boulders), and Mission Trails Park. They have filled plans to build it and are moving forward. 11 100 ft smoke stacks spewing death down on to our favorite climbs. Please get informed and get involved.
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meeting every Tuesday at Pinacle peaks steak house 6:30, until they quit.