The Ampitheater is a collection of hard face climbing (11-13s) in a small canyon.
Land of the Lost (10-12s) is further down hill from the Ampitheater. Anyone know the condition of this wall? I haven't been out there.
Drive up the 154 to West Camino Cielo. After 2 miles on West Camino Cielo, a faint trail can be seen going down through a meadow towards the ocean. The turnout is not obvious, look for other climber cars and a sharp right turn in the road.
Once you've found the trail, head down and right for ~15 minutes. The trail is more of a tunnel and if you're tall with a backpack on, its not fun.
Eventually, the trail will end at a rock wall. Go slightly left and there will be a fallen tree which assists in scrambling over the rocks. Once you are on top of the rock wall, stop and have a look around, this is where you figure out the last bit of bushwacking. See the individual areas for the rest of the approach description.
"I told that Kraut a f&@king thousand times that I don't roll on Shabbas!"Good crimping on solid dark varnish down low gives way to big slopers up high. Crux moves come before and after the first bolt. Another fun moderate route in the Lebowski area. ...[more]Browse More Classics in CA
By M.Morley Administrator From: Sacramento, CA Feb 28, 2006
The trick to finding the trailhead is to zero your odometer just as you exit the 154 on Kinevan Road/West Camino Cielo. Drive EXACTLY 2.5 miles (taking the W. Camino Cielo branch) to a pullout on the left and a residence on the right. The trailhead is obvious from here.
Land of the Lost should receive more attention. Super aesthetic area with, unfortunately, friable rock. The right (easiest) route is still in one piece and climbable. The left routes are quite spicey as many holds have broken. Worth TR-ing though as they are long (for SB) and sustained. I'm sure retro-bolting to match the "new" sequences would be on.