BETA PHOTO: Mugu Slab, overlooking the Pacific Ocean
|This wall is currently closed. The closure is agressively enforced by the CHP.|
This wall is presented here only for historic purposes.
Mugu Slab was once the more famous piece of rock at this site. The 70-foot tall wall is home to a clean, polished slab, a "classic" dihedral, and a series of discontinuous cracks. The wall was the site of both free- and aid-climbing routes.
Tucked away behind the gate and the closure sign.
Weather station 3.7 miles from here
1 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For Mugu Slab
Classic Dihedral 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c CA
: Central Coast
: ... : Mugu Slab
Obvious right-facing dihedral in the middle of the wall.The most unusual feature of this route is that is once ended near a fixed anchor near the top of the wall. During the past decade, the dihedral receded 5 feet (a 5-foot wide column of rock collapsed, moving the dihedral 5 feet to the left). Now, it is nearly impossible to reach the fixed anchor. It is possible to climb to a wide ledge above and then walk off; however, this is sketchy enough that one might decide to simply down-...[more] Browse More Classics in CA
BETA PHOTO: Posted Closure for Mugu Slab