Drive to the turnaround at the east end of South Side Road East. Walk along ‘Beach Walk’ eastwards for about 5 minutes and you can’t miss it. Routes are numbered L to R facing the rock.

1.) Feeding Frenzy, 10b, 2/10. Starts in a cave like alcove with first bolt difficult to see. No titanium. (Harper and Johnson,’94) NOT REBOLTED !

2.) Chum Buckets, 10c, 2/6. *First route on the island (’94). Big moves on big holds. Fun route. Rap out below the sharp teeth. Ti (Harper and Johnson,’94)

3.) Going to Cayman with a Snorkel in My Jeans, 10c, 2/6. Silly first clip. Be very careful. Ti (Luebben)

4.) Orange Fantasea, 11b, 2/7. Starts in the cave and goes up and out the right side. Ti (Luebben)

5.) La Orangerie, 5.9, 2/5. Fun and short. Ti (Harper)

6.) Ick Theology, 10b, 2/9. *Note: Located about 125 feet east of #5. The shorter you are, the harder the start. Heads to a small cave followed by a steep jug haul. See photoTopo below. Ti (Hirst)

Climbing Waiver

Climbing Waiver WARNING: Rock climbing is a dangerous, high-risk sport. The information provided on this website IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE for the user’s judgment or personal responsibility. The recommended route listing and other route information on this website are a...

Note on Gear

Note on Gear While some climbers want loads of beta on climbs, many don’t. You won’t find detailed beta here. Each climber climbs a route differently. Perhaps a special piece of gear is needed for a crux move, or a tough sequence is best protected by using a...

Fall Wall

Fall Wall

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Coke Bottle

Coke Bottle

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Walt’s Wall

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H&I Crag

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Parade Rock

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Spelunk Spire

Spelunk Spire

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