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Trigo Boulder

Trigo Boulder  

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Location: 34.4114, -119.8601 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: TrevorB on Apr 2, 2007
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the view is amazing up there


Often compared to Stonehenge in it's mystery and aura, this climbing mecca is sure to replace the fabled Camp 4 as the next proving ground for up and coming StoneMasters.

Situated near the heart of the cultured college town of Isla Vista, this hunk of fiberglass is perched in the middle of Trigo-Pasado Park. The "natural" features make this fairly legitimate in possibilities for traverse, sit start, and elimination potential. Ample wood chips make for cozy landings, though significant potential exists for dangerous if not life-threatening frisbee crossfire.

Access issues: parking. With 20 people living in a house that sports parking spaces for 2 cars, where do you think the extra vehicles go? In your way.

Getting There 

The park spans a lot betwixt Pasado and Trigo about a half block west of Camino Pescadero.

Approximate approach time: between 14 seconds and a few minutes, depending on whether the parking gods deemed your last sacrifice worthy.

Climbing Season

Weather station 1.5 miles from here

Photos of Trigo Boulder Slideshow Add Photo
SouthEast face. I'm not sure if anything has been ...
BETA PHOTO: SouthEast face. I'm not sure if anything has been ...
SouthWest face, sporting the world's first V16, &q...
BETA PHOTO: SouthWest face, sporting the world's first V16, &q...
1st first ascent. nice hand crack up high and easy...
BETA PHOTO: 1st first ascent. nice hand crack up high and easy...
Night Shot
Night Shot

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By Adam Stackhouse
Apr 3, 2007
Now this is truly a progressive parks' department.
By mschlocker
From: San Diego, CA
Apr 3, 2007
Dang it. How come this was not there when I was going to school at UCSB? For best entertainment, hang out here on a Friday night. I can't imagine the stupid things the hordes of drunk college students will do on this thing.
By Brandontyrrell
Dec 28, 2009
Bring your slack line! This place has some nice trees to put up a line
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