Mystery Science Theater Rock Climbing
The "main area" on Conejo Mountain and the first to be encountered along the service road. Home to more than a dozen routes mostly in the 5.10 range.
Faces east and gets afternoon shade.
Mystery Science Theater site overview
Get off the 101 freeway at Wendy. If you are coming from 101N go straight until you get to Reino Rd. If you are coming from 101S turn left at the light then turn right on Old Conejo. Turn turn left on Reino. Turn right on Lesser and follow this street as it curves to the right. Park near the yellow fire hydrant visible on the right. The trailhead is located directly across the street, between the houses. 20-30 min walk up to the crag. Every other approach is trespassing and should not be used.
Climbing Season For the Central Coast area.
Weather station 3.3 miles from here
25 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',6],['2 Stars',10],['1 Star',7],['Bomb',1]
Classic Climbing Routes in Mystery Science Theater
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Mystery Science Theater:
Pamela 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b
R Sport, 1 pitch, 35'
Featured Route For Mystery Science Theater
Push the Button Frank 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b CA
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Morning Shade. One of the more popular climbs at MST yet sizable chunks continue to fall off. Also known as ''Push the Button Frank'', in the decades old guidebook. That climb was rated 5.8 and had substantially less to grab onto at the top. In the years that followed fire and exfoliation completely obliterated the line. People who actually climb there now throw around the name ''@SEMICOL...[more] Browse More Classics in CA
By Matthew Fienup
From: Ventura, CA
Feb 19, 2015
This site has seen several chapters of development. Prior to being developed as a sport-climbing site in the 90s, MST was apparently used for aid practice. There are the remnants of old aid lines which consist of pasted copperheads and quarter-inch button-heads. These historical artifacts litter the various boulders and walls and contribute to a unique atmosphere.
Early 90s development turned the site into an accessible, first-generation sport climbing crag. Routes from this era are generally very well protected, although some of the routes sport 20+ year-old 3/8" externally-threaded sleeve bolts and 3/8" wedge bolts that are overdue for replacement.
At least 2-chapters of development represented in this photo.