|Comment added by ricardo on November 8th, 2005|
if you scramble down the fisherman's route and work from the base you may find limited anchor opportunities when you top out. be prepared for this.
not surprisingly, the tourists are very friendly...it won't take much to persuade one to take your camera to a better vantage point to take some shots. they are also very encouraging. a round of applause when topping out is typical. it can really make that 5.7 feel like a 5.10! ;)
camping: we were told from 'Info' at city hall that there is camping. we asked the market and they pointed to a patch of grass between the parking lot and a restaurant. a better place is to head down from the parking lot towards the viewing area; take the left path when it splits and camping will be on your left.
|Comment added by DavidPowell on September 21st, 2012|
|There is a more recently bolted line that's not on the route map here. From the left, after 11c, 11a there's a 5.8ish climb that has anchor bolts. Quite the pain to clean though, there's no way to top out. You can have a belayer anchor to the tree and then traverse over (expect a crowd).|