BETA PHOTO: Dawn Beach Estates Crag Sunrise sweetheart on lef...
This area is sunny before noon, shaded after noon.
Rock is seawall limestone, some granite, very pocketed from sea spray.
The rock can be sharp and brittle in places, but the overall quality is enough for fun climbing.
There are very easy routes, some intermediate, and nothing expert. This is a fun area for light climbing and scrambling.
Enter through the entrance to Dawn Beach Estates, follow the entry road all the way down to the bottom of the hill where it ends at a left or right intersection. This intersection is the front yard of the dilapidated house.
Follow the yard around the left of the house going toward the ocean, there is a retaining wall between the yard and the ocean cliff.
To the left as you face the ocean you can see the anchor boulders and down into the crag.
Rappel down from your anchors, (you need to set up your own) to go top roping.
If you want to solo or lead, scramble down the inclined section to the right side of the crag. There is enough flat area at sea level to belay, as well as substantial stones and horn to have a belay anchor.
Climbing Season For the North America area.
Weather station 3.3 miles from here
3 Total Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
Featured Route For Dawn Beach Estates Crag
Dog Nose 5.5 4b 13 IV+ 11 MS 4a
PG13 North America
: St. Maarten/St. Martin
: Dawn Beach Estates Crag
Description Crux: A sloper hold overhang with a left foot jam to right foot high step over the key arete. The crack and arete are the main technical problems on the small wall. A fun climb Location This route is jutting out into the center looking at the wall from the bottom of the DBE crag. Scramble to the wall then climb up. You need to rappel into the crag, then top-roping is the recommended climb. Protection Bring some cams 4-6 for anchoring at the top. A 4 foot sling or cordalette for equal...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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