Pirate's Cove (aka The Beach or Corona Del Mar) Bouldering
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DescriptionShade and Sun. Best times are late in the day after the cliff has had some time to dry out. The climbing here is characterized by sandstone caves that come out into a short cliff. The sandstone is typically juggy. It can be VERY greasy. Recommended to bring shoes, chalkbag, brush for holds, towel to clean off shoes and get sand out of your eyes. Awesome landings onto soft sand beach. No need for a crashpad in many spots.
Craig Fry's "Southern California Bouldering Guide, 2nd edition" has this area listed and info.
Getting ThereDrive to Corona Del Mar State Beach. There is free parking along the roads that run along the beach or pay parking inside the park. The Cliff is located at the extreme west side of the beach. If you're in the beach parking lot head west past the picnic area and scramble over the rocks to a staircase that leads down the cliff to the beach and bouldering.
Classic Climbing Routes at Pirate's Cove (aka The Beach or Corona Del Mar)
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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