Poison Oak Boulder Area Rock Climbing
BETA PHOTO: Looking back at the Poison Oak Crack (L) and Big G...
Poison Oak Crack Boulder area is located in the vicinity of the Poison Oak Crack Boulder. Poison Oak Crack is probably the most climbed climb at Woodson. This is a good spot to warm up on your way to doing some hard climbs at the top of Woodson.
Continue up the road another 150 yards past the turn for Rockwork Orange. On the left side of the road you will see a giant boulder with sport routes on the face and a chimney (big grunt) running up the middle. directly across from this, to your right is Poison Oak Crack Boulder.
Weather station 3.2 miles from here
32 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',5],['3 Stars',16],['2 Stars',9],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Poison Oak Boulder Area
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Featured Route For Poison Oak Boulder Area
Laying Down On The Job 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ 20 E3 5b CA
: San Diego County
: ... : Poison Oak Boulder Area
Across the road from Hamburger Crack is a wide chimney capped by a roof. From deep down inside the northwest end of the chimney, climb up a downward flaring chimney, past a #3 placement and some stemming with the right wall. Move eastward via stemming, but you'll need to hop into the horizontal crack as soon as it opens up. Slither through the horizontal squeeze traverse out towards a 5' roof. The gear anchor is on the north side, so you might as well go full value and finish with the roof...[more] Browse More Classics in CA
By Adam Stackhouse
Jun 13, 2013
Thinking about breaking this up into a few subcatagories. What do ya'll think?
By Adam T.
From: San Diego, CA
Oct 6, 2013
I agree with breaking it up. It is a huge area, especially compared to the rest of Woodson.
Also, does anyone have any more information about Elsa's Face (5.10a or b)? It is a really fun face climb to the right of Elsa's Crack. Balancey moves with some slopers, crimps, and smearing.
By mike maniaci
From: San Diego, CA
Mar 1, 2015
Adam T.-You may be referring to Becky's Knob which is a 10a face far right of the crack. There is a 11a face (+ variations) in-between Elsa's and Becky's, too. All good smear problems if I remember correctly.