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Rock Climbing Photo: Tim and Rich at Low Tide Crack, not P.O. Cliff!
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By Evan Wisheropp
Feb 10, 2015
The back ground looks like the back side of Black Rock. Looks like then this route is below the lookout point. Do you remember where this route ended?
By Matthias Holladay
From: Durango, Colorado
Feb 12, 2015
I thought this was just left of California Coast and went to the rim, but perhaps not. Where's Black Rock?
By Evan Wisheropp
Mar 13, 2015
I went out on a search for this route yesterday, it turns out it wasn't the spot I thought. Black Rock is what they call the 45' tall rock 200' south of Wedding Rock (but before the Patrick's Point lookout with the railing). It contains several moderate routes. I originally thought this might be up to the railing.

Left of California Coastline you say? How far left? I spotted this line (photos below) with a two bolt anchor on the next rock formation 200 feet northwest of CA Coast, the background looks like it could match, but it doesn't top out to a rim of anything. When was this photo taken?

Rock Climbing Photo: Mystery route with bolted anchor.
Mystery route with bolted anchor.


Rock Climbing Photo: Mystery route, two bolt anchor
Mystery route, two bolt anchor
By Evan Wisheropp
Mar 13, 2015
Wait, I'm a fool. He is climbing Low Tide Crack! I should know that, I've climbed it a dozen times.. I wasn't even thinking of that side of the park.
Did you ever climb the two routes in the background of the photo on the North Pinnacle? Nautilus 5.9 and Sea Wolf 5.10b


Rock Climbing Photo: Twin Pinnacles
Twin Pinnacles


Rock Climbing Photo: The North Pinnacle, looking past Low Tide Crack. P...
The North Pinnacle, looking past Low Tide Crack. Photo taken from a higher vantage point than Matthias'
By Matthias Holladay
From: Durango, Colorado
Dec 13, 2015
What a sleuth! Of course.
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Tim and Rich at Low Tide Crack, not P.O. Cliff!

Submitted By: Matthias Holladay on Nov 24, 2013
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