Trad Rock Rock Climbing
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Trad Rock is the lower and foremost of the two most prominent rocks visible from the parking area. It hosts a good number of quality routes in a variety of grades from 5.6-5.11. In spite of its name, most of the routes on this crag are clip-ups. All in all, it's a great sport crag in an unbeatable setting.
Rock quality is generally good. Watch out for nesting wasps and bees up on the rock.
In early March sun hits the south end of the wall about 11:30 am. It progressively crawls along the wall as the day progresses.
A good trail leads across the drainage below the parking area, and uphill to the crags.
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