Pebble Beach

Grade Trad Mixed Sport Total
5.9 16 5 5 28
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Directions to Pebble Beach

USFS
This wall is in property owned by USFS. Be respectful.
To reach Pebble Beach, drive 2.5 miles down County Road 1067 at its intersection with KY 77 near the steel bridge. You'll pass Long Wall on the way. Turn right onto Forest Service Road 9 just past a barn on the left. The road turns to gravel at this point. Follow the gravel road for 1.1 miles then park on the left just before a single lane bridge. You will see a National Forest Service kiosk at the pulloff. The trail is located directly across from the pulloff near a retaining wall. Thanks to the RRGCC, the trail is now an enjoyable hike. Follow the trail as it winds up the hill and ends just in front of the obvious pinnacle on which Arrowhead is located.

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Route Spray Name Type Grade Quality User Stars Length Picture

1

Broken Arrow Trad 5.9-
 
4.33 50ft  

2

The Arrowhead Mixed 5.7
 
3.43 60ft

3

Beachcomber Trad 5.4
 
1.85 130ft

3a

Rooted Aid A2
 
50ft  

4

Halloween Aid A2
 
2.00 70ft

5

Razorback Trad 5.6
 
2.15 40ft

6

Versatile Universe Mixed 5.10d
 
3.40 65ft  

7

Roaming the Halls Trad 5.7
 
2.95 65ft

8

Physical Attraction Trad 5.10b
 
4.00 80ft

9

Scabies Sport 5.9+
 
2.84 30ft

10

Zambezi Plunge Trad 5.8
 
3.04 60ft

11

Ju-Ju Mixed 5.10b
 
3.42 60ft  

12

Sundance Sport 5.10c
 
2.96 60ft

13

Central Scrutinizer Mixed 5.9
 
4.39 50ft

14

Environmental Impact Trad 5.7
 
3.91 130ft

15

Straightedge Sport 5.12a
 
3.50 50ft

15a

Offwidth 1 Trad 5.8
 
3.00 60ft  

16

Reserved Seating Sport 5.10b
 
3.57 50ft

16a

Offwidth 2 Trad 5.7
 
2.00 0ft  

17

High Noon Mixed 5.12a
 
3.17 60ft

18

Brontosaurus Trad 5.10b
 
4.44 60ft

19

Welcome to Ole Kentuck Trad 5.13a
 
5.00 40ft

20

The Seam Trad 5.11c
 
3.83 25ft

21

Small Change Trad 5.8
 
2.43 25ft  

22

Big Money Trad 5.9
 
3.83 70ft

23

Berlin Wall Trad 5.8
 
2.00 50ft

24

Blood Money Sport 5.9+
 
2.64 50ft  

25

Punkin Head Trad 5.9
 
60ft  

Comments

1
Ascentionist said on January 31st, 2006
Trash Compactor Area GPS: 37.8584N, 83.6706W
2
Cleveland said on July 21st, 2008
I climbed Razorback yesterday and noticed a bolted route to the right of it, the bolts look pretty new. Does anyone have any idea what the grade is?
3
Anonymous said on July 31st, 2008
Jim Martin, Gary Coolie and I led the wide crack to the right of Straightedge in spring of '07 on 5 pcs of BIG gear. Had to finagle some little stuff on the back-side of the pedistal to avoid running out the top. Great fun. Not an off-width thrash but a nice modified layback with rests. I'm sure it's been led before. Any idea who and when?
4
Josephine said on July 30th, 2009
when the road re-opens, it would be nice if we could bring a chainsaw up here. several very large trees have fallen over the path. they're difficult to maneuver through/arround.
5
alfredo said on September 13th, 2009
The sign says road will open up 9/22/09. The bridge is done and guard rails are up... all it needs is some grading.
6
Lander said on October 10th, 2010
The trail going to Big Money, etc. is completely blocked by fallen trees. Needs some chainsaw love.
7
dustonian said on May 27th, 2014
Big thanks to whoever pulled the old hangers on Sundance and Ju-Ju!! The old studs still need to be smashed in with a hammer & the old open shuts at the anchor removed with a long 9/16" crescent wrench (a socket will not fit).
8
Anonymous said on May 27th, 2014
and what the hell is a long 9/16 crescent wrench- no such thing
9
dustonian said on May 27th, 2014
Uh ok... http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/400639643524?lpid=82
10
b4climber said on May 27th, 2014
Crescent is a brand. I think dustonian was referring to an "open end" wrench in general and anon was thinking of the classic adjustable crescent wrench.