Coyote Cliff Rock Climbing
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The valley is home to more than 30 separate climbing walls, all open to climbers at no charge, a $15 fee is charged per car for parking to offset maintenance costs.
Some important rules must be followed to ensure future access and enjoyment by all. A complete list can be found at muirvalley.org/tabs/#pills-1 , but the most important are listed below:
- All climbers must fill out a legal release form before climbing. muirvalley.org/waiver/ ;
- The parking lot described in the directions below is the only permitted parking. Do not park on private drives.
- No dogs are allowed in Muir Valley (nor left in your car in the parking lot.)
- No hammocks are allowed to be hung/used in Muir Valley.
The old trail description is no longer accurate. It is no longer necessary to do the 3rd class trail from Slab City. Thanks to the work of a Boy Scout Troop there is a "new" trail to Coyote Cliff that provides quick and easy access. Follow the approach to Slab City, but after 20 or 30 yards take a left onto the trail labeled "Coyote Cliff". Within 2-3 minutes you will reach a beautiful moss and fern garden. Continue following the cliff to the left to locate drier rock and some stellar climbing routes. -Jared Hancock
Classic Climbing Routes at Coyote Cliff
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