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The easiest approach to this area is from the Stage Road in Pine Canyon. From the parking lot, the walk in is about 15 minutes. The rocks come in full view as you approach an obvious stream wash crossing the road. An easy approach trail leads up and left of the major rock outcropping to the base of this rock. Continuing up the trail gets you to Flintstone Rock and further up to Castle Rock. Miller Pillar lies below Flintstone Rock about 200 yards and is not set far in from the Stage Road. It is back and left of the very large rock outcropping that sits very close to Stage Road as seen in the photo.
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Dingleberry Crack 5.9 Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 50 feet
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Dingleberry Crack 5.9 CA : SF Bay Area : ... : Miller Pillar
This route starts on face moves then quickly moves to hand jams and stemming. The gear is solid but the rock on the face to the outside of the crack is not so much. Try and stay deep in the crack. The crux comes high while moving past a (questionable)piton and a diminishing crack to more face moves. Its a bit runnout above the pin. Feeling squirrelly, top rope it. Its a great lead, but a more convenient top rope. Side note: I almost stuck my hand in a bat...watch out....[more] Browse More Classics in CA