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Mt. Pacifico

Mt. Pacifico Rock Climbing 


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Elevation: 7,124'
Location: 34.38133, -118.03495 View Map  Incorrect?
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Description 

Mt. Pacifico is one of a handful of popular climbing areas within the Angeles National Forest and the San Gabriel Mountains. Pacifico offers climbs suitable for leading, top-roping, and bouldering for climbers of all levels of experience.

Getting There 

From the intersection of I-210 and Angeles Crest Highway in La Canada, drive north for twenty-five miles, past Newcomb's Ranch, to a left turn onto Santa Clara Divide Road (as for Horse Flats). Continue for 4.2 miles to a locked gate. Hike or bicycle the dirt road to the Pacifico Campground.

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Weather station 7.1 miles from here


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Rock Climbing Photo: Paul Gleason on the steep 5.10 crimpers on the nor...
Paul Gleason on the steep 5.10 crimpers on the nor...
Rock Climbing Photo: The view from Mount Pacifico, Angeles NF
The view from Mount Pacifico, Angeles NF
Rock Climbing Photo: Pacifico outcrops.
Pacifico outcrops.
Rock Climbing Photo: The road to Mt. Pacific starts here with a nice pa...
The road to Mt. Pacific starts here with a nice pa...

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By Dave Heacock
May 15, 2017
The main climbing area is not at the summit campground but located West along the ridge before the final climb to the campground area. 4 wheel drive used to be required or a short hike even with the gate to the summit opened. The coordinates are 34°23'07.5"N 118°02'53.0"W. It is a small crag with a handful of undeveloped climbs in the 50-70 Ft. range from 5.5-5.10. The summit and surrounding area has a little bouldering but nothing like HorseFlats down the road.

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