The Egg Rock Climbing
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|Shared By:||Aron Quiter on Jun 19, 2002 · Updates|
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Rock is solid serpentine and greywacke that's fairly easy on the fingers.
Currently, I believe this is part of the state parks system, so there aren't any access issues, other than that the park closes at sunset.
If you're going to climb the egg, and up for a challenge, you should try egghead, which is a "5.11b" that could easliy go for 5.12a other places in the area.
The climbs on the beta photo below are as follows:
1) Egghead (5.11b)
2) Jungle Work (5.12a t.r.)
3) This is your Brain on Drugs (5.12c)
4) Sign Language (5.10c)
The first is pretty burny on the knees and feet.Time: 10 - 15 minutes down, 15 - 20 up.From the main parking lot, get back in your car, and drive back down the coast about 1/2 a mile to a pullout. You can spot the egg from the road at this pullout. The pullout is located about halfway between the main parking lot and the Steep Ravine cabins entrance. It's also the only prominent pullout that doesn't have a no parking sign on it. From a trail that starts on the right side of the pullout head down towards the beach. Once you reach the beach, head left until you reach the egg. See the photos of the egg and the view from the parking lot.
The second approach will take a little longer, but if you're injured, tired or just plain lazy this is the route for you.Time: Unknown.Park at the gate for the Steep Ravine Cabins, and head down the paved trail. Once you get to the main campground area, head right along the coast about 100 yards until you get to the egg.
Classic Climbing Routes at The Egg
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