Most of the routes at split rock are pretty easy, ...
Ring Mountain is a scenic collection of boulders in the Marin Headlands. The boulders range from about 20-50', offering a variety of bouldering and toprope climbing on some really interesting rock.No useful bolts or anchors are present on the rocks. Bring long slings (~40') and nuts to take care of your anchor needs.The rock is friendly on the hands; it's good for sticking small holds. Feet tend to be a bit more slippery.Access is free and the area is open from sunrise to sunset.
To get there, exit at Paradise Dr from the 101 freeway a few exits south from where it meets the 580. Turn left at the bottom of the exit ramp, travel one block where Paradise branches off to the right. Follow Paradise Dr. east for about 2 miles.Turn right onto Taylor Rd, and follow it until it ends. A trail leads uphill; follow it to approach Split Rock.
Weather station 4.5 miles from here
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By Anonymous Coward
Jan 4, 2004
Note that the directions above are if you are coming from the north on 101. From the south turn right at the end of the exit ramp and then follow the directions above. At the parking lot there are two paved paths leading into the hills. Walking uphill and to the left will bring you to split rock. Walking uphill and to the right will bring you to turtle rock.
The rock at Turtle Rock is schist and reminds a little of Rumney, NH.
By Evan Riley
From: San Francisco, CA
May 25, 2013
After you get done climbing out here be sure to hit up Lucinda's for some killer cheap healthy Mexican food. The tamales and the carnitas are to die for.