Quarter Inch Master Area Rock Climbing
This is the Raleigh Arete, the highball, a heady, ...
The Quarter Inch master area, right after the top of Kill Hill taking an right turn after the main parking area at the top of the hill.
A perfect 5.11+ boulder prob. crack (1/4 inch master), a heady V4 highball arete called the Raleigh Arete, a 5.10+ boulder problem friction face to hand crack, a 5.8 OW to hands hand crack highball, and a 5.8 highball slab.
Right after the top of Kill Hill taking an right turn after the main parking area at the top of the hill. Look up and right past a slab till you see a 15 foot, finger crack, boulder problem.
Climbing Season For the Hartman Rocks area.
Weather station 1.5 miles from here
5 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Quarter Inch Master Area
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Featured Route For Quarter Inch Master Area
The quarter inch master, V3 or 5.11+
The climber is below, Chief Broken Wing, a 5.10+ f...
From: Santa Monica, Ca.
May 12, 2009
Thanks for putting these up. We played around on this rock a lot "back in the day". I used to warm up on that crack to the left of Chief Broken wing. Many times I tried the 1/4 inch Master crack, but didn't have the technique or shoes for it back then. I think I even used it for practicing clean aid one time. Brings back fond memories.