Type: Boulder, 18 ft, Grade V
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Ryan O on Nov 24, 2007
Admins: jt512, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Sit start in the biggest cave, climbs short roof section then out onto face climbing. Very fun unique moves.


Standing on the beach, looking at the stairs, it's in the cave to the right of the stairs. A few feet to the left of the lowest hanging bulge of the cave. The start holds are inside the cave about a foot apart and always very chalked.


The landing is all sand


Brad Alexander
Costa Mesa, CA
Brad Alexander   Costa Mesa, CA
vimeo.com/65443001 Dec 17, 2013
  V3 PG13
  V3 PG13
Kevin Ngo
Los Angeles, CA
Kevin Ngo   Los Angeles, CA
Does anyone know what tide height is best for climbing in this spot? In some of the videos out there, it looks like the tide can get pretty close to the fall spot.

Tide times: surf-forecast.com/breaks/Co…
High tide video: youtube.com/watch?v=2mxW5sF…
Low tide video: youtube.com/watch?v=vGfJ4qo… Dec 8, 2017
Brent Tsuji
Glendale, CA
Brent Tsuji   Glendale, CA
beta: instagram.com/p/Bl4o8KKgSti/ Jul 31, 2018
Chris Tuohino
Anaheim, CA
Chris Tuohino   Anaheim, CA
This is a classic problem that is best in the evening after the sun has had the opportunity to bake off the excess moisture. There are several variations, best to try and use toe hook and bicycles on the earlier holds as you progress to keep your feet on. Aug 24, 2018