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* Bishop Peak Bouldering

California > Central Coast > San Luis Obispo > Bishop Peak

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Getting There

From Highway 101, take the Highway 1 exit (North toward Hearst Castle). You'll find yourself on a large street, Santa Rosa. Follow this street north about 1.5 miles until you get to Highland Drive (right across from the entrance to Cal Poly). Take a left. Follow Highland Drive west about 1 mile or so (bear left) until it ends at a cul-de-sac. Park on the street. A well-marked trail will be visible. Please be courteous of neighbors, as it is a residential area.

Chlorissa (right) and Pete (left) are the first major boulders you'll see hiking up the trail.

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The Chlorissa (R) and Pete (L) boulders.  Shadow Wall is the slab in the distance.
[Hide Photo] The Chlorissa (R) and Pete (L) boulders. Shadow Wall is the slab in the distance.

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John Knight
Sedona
[Hide Comment] Check out the Bishop Peak bouldering guide prepared by SLO Local Austin Moore. Available for download for free on centralcoastclimbing.com/ Click the "Topos & e-Guides" tab and you'll go straight there. Aug 23, 2010
Chris Terry
San Jose CA
[Hide Comment] Certainly room for more development. Although the best has probably already been climbed. 2 hours ago