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At this small little crag, the rock quality is quite poor, making it even more fun when leading up into the unknown. Belayer, be careful of the pricker bushes as you might catch one in your tookas and lose your grip on the cord. Make sure you don't see the "No Trespassing" sign on the way in, make sure to check how sketchy your anchor pro is up top, and most importantly - HAVE FUN! : )

P.S. there is really no good reason to climb here.

L->R:

A. ?, 1p, gear.
B. ?, 1p, gear.
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Getting There

To get there...bike/run/car to the second foot bridge crossing Boulder Creek. The crag is accessed at the north side of the footbridge.

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In the late '70s, I climbed the best-looking route on this rock. The same house was there, but the bike path wasn't. We crossed the creek from the nearest good pullout on the creek side of the road. We also climbed a left-leaning line on the obvious (but smaller) rock that is a city block (or so) downstream from this one and on the same side of the creek. Both climbs were moderate in difficulty. Nov 18, 2015

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