Lunch rock is often overlooked as a place to climb, which is odd since almost everyone visiting Taquitz walks passed it on the way to the crag.
The trailhead is just below the start of the Devil's Slide hiking trail. Hike down a short hill to the creek and then follow the trail as it wraps around a hillside. After approx. .3 miles take a left trail climb that climbs the steep hillside above to Lunch Rock.
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Lunch Rock Chimney Route 5.7 Trad, 50 feet
Chongo Arete 5.11b Trad, Sport, 1 pitch, 50 feet
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Chongo Arete 5.11b CA : Tahquitz & Suicide Rocks : ... : Lunch Rock
Start up the sloping rock to the arete.Pass two breaks, where you can get small cams in the horizontals. Passing the second horizontal to gain the arete and the 1st bolt is the technical crux.With the 1st bolt clipped move up and find some holds on the left side of the arete which allow the 2nd bolt and easier climbing to be reached.With little trouble move on up to the anchors....[more] Browse More Classics in CA