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Perin Blanchard after clipping the first bolt on <...
Conglomerate climbing. Fun, fairly easy cruising on rounded cobbles. However, falling before clipping the second bolt might be a bad thing.
Cobble Climb is found on the second corner of the creek after the first bridge (starting from the parking northeast on Hwy 33). It is the left-most line on the conglomerate.
5 bolts, chain anchors.
Gwen Blanchard on Cobble Climb, being bel...
Ten-year-old Ethan Blanchard at the top of Cob...
Carlo Rivas on Cobble Climb, Wheeler Gorge. On TR.
11 yrs old. the routes here are her favorites!
From: Sacramento, CA
Jan 24, 2009
FA: Louie Anderson, Fall 1996.
|By ryan mattock|
Apr 29, 2010
the only granite in Ventura! great climb.
|By Matt N|
From: Santa Barbara, CA
Dec 16, 2011
Fun climb. Smaller holds than the 5.9 to its right.
|By Andrew McMullen|
Oct 9, 2012
Great for beginning leaders. Was my first TR and first lead outside. Get on it!
From: Goleta, CA
Jan 18, 2013
Can be "interesting" testing out which cobbles you think are cemented into the wall the best. The quartzite cobbles can be super slick so don't go up with wet shoes. Definitely a fun time though. @ryan this is not granite.