The Hideout Bouldering
|GPS:||34.47, -119.248 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Alex Bury on Dec 16, 2012|
|Admins:||andy patterson, Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Vicki Schwantes, Justin Johnsen|
The Ojai Valley Land Conservancy recently acquired the land, providing access by establishing the Valley View Preserve. The trail adjacent to the boulders is a favorite of local hikers, trail runners, and mountain bikers. Please represent the climbing community well by packing out any trash and brushing off tick marks when you are done.
*as with all crags in the Ojai area, it is very important to give the rock some time to
dry out after a rain. The Hideout takes especially long, give it a week at least*
- Pratt Trail
--The hike -- From the Pratt trailhead, take Pratt trail and hike for one mile, eventually passing houses and gardens. Soon you will reach Foothill Road, which you follow until you pass a gate and a large water tank, the road now being dirt. The dirt road crosses a dry creek and heads up and right. Take the trail that heads off right. The boulders are about ten minutes up this trail, look for an Ojai Valley Land Conservancy sign about halfway.
- Shelf Road / Fox Canyon Trail
--The hike -- Hike up the dirt road until you reach the large Ojai Valley Land Conservancy kiosk on the left. The kiosk marks the trailhead for Fox Canyon Trail, which will take you uphill for about one mile until you reach a fork in the trail, marked by a sign-post. Go left. Hike for about five more minutes until the trail tops out. You will encounter the boulders, on your left, just as the trail begins to head downhill.
Classic Climbing Routes at The Hideout
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