Beer Boulder Climbing
|GPS:||38.377, -121.985 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Aron Quiter on Oct 18, 2004|
|Admins:||Aron Quiter, Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes|
Due to the influx of climbers during the COVID-19 pandemic, the residents of the Hillcrest area have been suffering from substantial parking problems that, if left unchecked, may threaten access to the Vacaville Boulders.
Please utilize the alternative parking options listed under the “Location” sub section in the area description
Current problems range from V1 to V5, almost all with a decent landing underneath and all overhung.
Beware for loose rock and holds on this highly featured 10' rock, as then many potential eliminates will cause some breakage as time goes by.
Two excellent traverses cross the rock, the left to right traverse Miller Time (V2) is pumpy and excellent the whole way.
This rock is part of the Woodcrest boulders, and sits in the shadow of the larger Stonewall rock, which is just to the left of this smaller rock. All climbing faces away from the path on the overhung side of the rock.
From the gate heading into the open space, head left and then uphill on the dirt road about 150 yard until you come to another gate which heads into the open space on the right side of the road, and may or may not be locked. Worm your way into the open space, and continue up the path which heads uphill and is directly in front of you.
Follow this path uphill about 200 yards past several of the other rocks which hold problems, until a short (12") stone wall surrounds a large rock just to the left of the path. Go 25' around the wall to the right, and the flat unclimbable side of Oh Brother Where Art Thou Rock is present 10 feet from the path on the right.
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