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From: Bend, Oregon
Sep 21, 2008
For Blog Rock, never saw anything like a scree field - I posted a photo on Blob Rock's page. It's all bushes, and there is a nice little climbers trail that zips you 40 feet through the bushes up to the rock from the trail.
Also, to get to the top of the rock for setting a TR, there is a quick & easy established hike around climber's left side of the rock. There didn't seem to be anything even nearly as simple to the right. So go left to set a top rope.
Fun little area for take'n it easy and playing on rock for an hour or two with friends.
From: Boulder, CO
Sep 6, 2010
|Went to Blob Rock 9/5/10, and found that wasps are nesting in the first few holds of the (only) sport climb on the rock. Look before you stick your fingers in there....|