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Shared By: Andreas Pfander on Aug 12, 2013
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Second route from the left on the bottom part of the south face. Starts at a shoulder height bolt where the hanger has been removed. The first bolt however is well placed and can easily be reached from a very short "ramp" slightly to the left.


On the right side of the south face (facing the road), right above the large storm drain.


Well protected, bolts.


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Guy Keesee
Moorpark, CA
Guy Keesee   Moorpark, CA
This is a good way to reach the upper central ledge system. Go left- up at the first set of chains. (60 m goes to ground)
Some good climbs go from this Ledge.
EZ est is over to the left.
30 m up is another "ledge" not as well defined as the lower one. One can use the 4 sets of anchors to TR all the good climbs found below, the TRs are all in the 5.10 ez to11 range, depending on where you go.
IMHO.... this place is an example of why rap bolting, in its early years at least, was wrong. Some of the TR's on this wall sort of wonder around because you are following the line of cool 5.10 holds.... the 5.13s (that no one will claim a RP on) never ever have climbers on them _ DEAD CLIMBS_ head straight up into blank stone... follow line of rusty bolts.

Please don't knock rocks off.......

Shade in the late afternoon
Jun 23, 2014