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Lost in the Woods Rock Climbing 

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Three small buttresses that don't seem to hold much promise. Quite secluded though for Stoney Point. There were some tope rope routes put up here in the 80's and they were included in the original edition of Urban Rock.

Getting There 

Best to head to Canyon Boulders, standing by Spooky you can see a white speckled boulder to the east, go around its left side then down and right and you'll be at the foot of these short buttresses.

Climbing Season

For the Stoney Point area.

Weather station 0.4 miles from here

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Fred Flintstone V0 4  California : Los Angeles Basin : ... : Lost in the Woods
On the right side of the left buttress is a rising traverse from left to right on good holds, but it can be quite pumpy, and scrunchy for tall people, upon reaching the the end of the traverse go up (crux) the short dihedral/ramp and then crack. ...[more]   Browse More Classics in California

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