This is the area that can be seen immediately after passing Reed's while driving up Highway 120. It is on the left side of the second tunnel. The namesake crack can be seen off to the left just before entering the eastern end of the tunnel.
Park at Reed's and walk up the highway until you reach the tunnel. Either one, scramble to the top of the cliff and approach the climbs from the top. Or, hop the guard rail and walk down a dirty slope to the base of the cliff. Goldrush is the first climb you will come to . The rest of the cliff continues down and to the right.
This is the extremely obvious splitter to the left of the east end of tunnel #2 on highway 120. Most climbers have probably noticed it on the drive out of the park, and yet you will rarely ever see someone climbing it.The climb starts on a narrow ledge about 60ft off the ground. This ledge can be accessed by scrambling through the notch between Goldrush and the adjacent spire with a 4th class traverse leading to the base of the climb. We opted to rappel in from above (there is a large tree...[more]Browse More Classics in CA