Indian summer in the bay area can be sooooo beautiful so I suggest we go toward the beach: Sunset Boulders and Goat Rock! Then maybe climbing in Jenner on the beach up North a little more.
Imagine Beautiful crags in the middle of grass surrounded by sand and beautiful ocean. Breathtaking. 6 TR routes, easy to intermediate. 11 bouldering problems. great rock to climb :)
What do you need?
*Helmet, harness & shoes.
*Rope, anchr building gear (if you have them)
*Snacks and water.
*Layers in case it gets cold
Carpools encouraged. Bring lunch like a picnic.
I will Be waiting at the dirt Parking lot Entrance. We can all meet here and then be on our way to start climbing!
Goat Rock and Sunset Boulder Routes:
From San Francisco, CA
1.Head northeast on Market St toward S Van Ness Ave315 ft
2.Take the 2nd right onto 11th St0.1 mi
3.Take the 1st right onto Mission St0.1 mi
4.Take the 1st right onto S Van Ness Ave2.0 mi
5.Turn left onto Lombard St1.1 mi
6.Continue onto US-101/Richardson Ave Continue to follow US[masked] mi
7.Take the Railroad Ave exit0.2 mi
8.Turn left onto W Railroad Ave0.4 mi
9.Take the 2nd right onto Stony Point Rd1.7 mi
10.Turn left onto Roblar Rd6.5 mi
11.Turn right onto Valley Ford Rd5.5 mi 12.Continue onto CA-1 N/Valley Ford Cutoff Continue to follow CA-1 N16.5 mi 13.Turn left onto Goat Rock Rd
Google Map link:
As a reminder, please read again the GYCO helmet policy and liability waiver:
We strongly recommend you wear a helmet while climbing on a GYCO meetup. If you arrive at a GYCO outdoor climbing trip without a climbing helmet or are unable to borrow one from a peer, you may be asked to clear the climbing area or leave the meetup by your organizer should any safety issues occur. This policy is put in place to reduce the risk of injury to yourself and others from falling rocks and climbing gear so please respect your organizer, meetup participants and GYCO's safety policy.