Pine Mountain Bouldering
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Rock Climbing Santa Barbara & Ventura (2000) by Steve Edwards
Enlightenment Ridge Bouldering Guide (1998) by Reese Martin. From Mother Rock magazine(out of print) #11 March/April 1998.
Pine Mountain (1998) by Wills Young from Climbing Magazine #175, May 1998
Santa Barbara Bouldering (1997) by Steve Edwards, self published, long out of print.
There are six campsites in what is called the Pine Mountain Campground(the Picnic Area). These six sites are kind of crammed together in what used to be one large group campsite, but each are fixed with their own picnic table and fire ring. These campsites are flat and shady and are just a few minutes walking from The Picnic Area and the Jewel boulders. There is one pit toilet at this campground.
Pine Mountain campground(Picnic Area), Pine Mountain.
Ten more minutes up the road is the Reyes Campground where one will find and additional four legal campsites, the Rasberry Spring trailhead and another pit toilet. These sites are also flat and shady and are just five minutes walking from Happy Hunting Grounds. These sites also have a picnic tables and a fire rings and are all within site of eachother.
Third from last campsite(aka First Campsite), Pine Mountain.
The last three campsites on the mountain are rather isolated from each other and are situated right ontop of Pine Mountain's main climbing areas. Also fixed withh picnic tables and fire rings.Due to their privacy and proximity to the climbing these three sites are by far the most popular, even though they lack the shade found in the other sites. Two of them have climbable boulders right in the site.
Second from last campsite, Pine Mountain
There are numerous "illegal" sites with makeshift fire rings and no picnic tables spread to be found as well, including the Reyes Peak trailhead(end of the road). The end of the road also has the cleanest pit tiolet on the mountain.
Reyes Peak trailhead, Pine Mountain.
Campground fees are now $20/night.
Classic Climbing Routes at Pine Mountain
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