Elevation: 55 ft
GPS: 18.386, -64.976 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: David Enloe on Nov 6, 2012
Admins: Mike Madsen

Description

Some of the coolest rock around. Much less featured that the surrounding formations, and with a great red tint. The routes look nearly impossible from the water, but at least one of them is a go! There's plenty more potential to the left and right of the current established routes. The top has already had most of the major rockfall potential removed. The area is fairly sheltered, making it an ideal place to anchor the boat and climb on a windy day. You'll have to swim or paddle in to shore and climb your gear up onto the rocks. TR access is pretty easy once you're on land. A set of cams and a long static line is a great TR setup. 

Getting There

1 mile offshore from East Caret bay, about a 5 minute boat ride from Hull Bay. As long as there is not a sizeable west swell, and the wind is anywhere between N and SE, you should be able to get on the rocks. Bring water shoes and dry bags!

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