Avg: 3.4 from 20 votes
|Type:||Sport, 60 ft (18 m)|
|FA:||Brian Boyd, 2005|
|Page Views:||2,335 total · 15/month|
|Shared By:||Monomaniac on Nov 16, 2009 · Updates|
|Admins:||Shirtless Mike, saxfiend, DrRockso RRG, Billy Simek|
The valley is home to more than 30 separate climbing walls, all open to climbers at no charge, a $10 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.
Begin by scrambling up the easy ledge. If this route has a crux, its got to be clearing the roof at the start. Make a big reach out to the lip, work your feet, and begin the sprint. The angle relents at the fourth bolt, where another difficult section is encountered. A few bolts higher a big reach arrives at a large flake and one last shake. Head up and a bit right of the bolt line on sculpted pockets. Head back left at the last bolt (redpoint crux), where the wall steepens noticeably and make a few more pumpy moves to the top.