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|Location:||33.34175, -117.13834 View Map Incorrect?|
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|Submitted By:||Eric Van Williams on Dec 14, 2012 with updates from Lou Cerutti and 1 more|
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By Adam Stackhouse
Dec 14, 2012
|Jim Thoen knows alot about this place.|
By Eric Van Williams
May 22, 2013
|Keep a watch out for Rattlesnakes!!!|
By Adam T.
From: San Diego, CA
Dec 23, 2013
|Bring a big brush if it has rained any time recently. Any climbs up against the hillside get covered in sand.|
By Arlene Ruda
Sep 23, 2016
Parking - just past Quarry (and above crag) in roadside turnout on north side of the 76 (aprox one mile east of 15)
Approach - visible trail starts in-between two road signs (warning of tight curve). There are several trail variations as you get higher, but it is easy to see where you want to go. The approach is easier than it looks. Some trails will take you to the top of the main crag, others to the base.
When to climb - The crag is south facing, so late afternoon or evenings year round. On a cooler winter day it is probably comfortable all day.
Rock quality is good and there might be potential for development, definitely an underrated area.
By George Bracksieck
Dec 27, 2016
|The Google map on this page locates Cougar Crag East. The beta pic at the top of this page shows only Cougar Crag East. Cougar Crag West lies west of the quarry.|