Land Ownership: Anza Borrego Desert State Park
Access Issues: None
Climbing: Desert Bouldering
Discovered a few years ago, this local bouldering haven is already home to hundreds of problems, most of which have seen less than a hand full of ascents, on desert granite of generally good quality. There’s no guidebook and no real trails (only equestrian trails from locals riding through the area and game trails), so consider this adventure climbing. Grab your pad, a stiff plastic brush to clean holds, and get out there and climb!
When to Climb:
Fall through Spring is best at this 4,000′ high-desert crag. Winter days can sometimes be downright cold, especially if it’s windy, but some of the boulders get a lot of sun and are a bit sheltered from the wind.