Bryan topping out on Chocoholic (V0), Culp Valley
This large boulder is located just west of the parking area and identified by it's slabby southeast face. Descend the boulder via the northeast corner. Chocoholic
(V0) and Coco Crispies
(V3) are fun problems here and worth a spin.
Turn onto Culp Valley Road, drive to the "T", make a right and follow the road to it's end.
Weather station 4.2 miles from here
6 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',2],['2 Stars',4],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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Scimitar (aka Dead Ringer) V6 7A CA
: San Diego County
: ... : Chocolate Boulder
Blank face with sketchy low sloped foot holds. Run and jump to jugs and top out, or start on sharp, non-exsistent crimps to jugs then top out. walk down northeast part of boulder(easy). I personally didnt think this climb was v6, since once you get to the jugs its a jug haul, I would give it a stout v3 for the area. If throw up is v4, v5 SDS, this probably isnt v6. Dont let it fool you though, its quite the reach!...[more] Browse More Classics in CA
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BETA PHOTO: A great look at the south, south/west side of the ...
Bouldering on the Chocolate Boulder, Culp Valley
By Adam Kimmerly
Mar 1, 2011
The slabby side of the Chocolate Boulder has lots of problems and variations. Here are the obvious lines...
By David Gershwin
From: San Diego, CA.
Apr 4, 2011
Well done, sir! I always thought that third problem to be a solid V3 slab climb. The whole face is great for practicing your foot work, and your 'falling off of slabs' technique.