Rock climbing Santa Monica Mountains, USA

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Related terms: Santa Monica Mountains, Santa Monicas, Santa Monica, Conejo Valley, Thousand Oaks

Southern Californian, Transverse Range mountains that parallel the Coast of the Pacific Ocean, separating the San Fernando Valley from the Conejo Valley and likewise from Malibu. Fall, winter, and spring climbing is best, due to the hot weather the mountains receive in the summer, though climbing then is still possible. Winters can be cold and wet but the climate is relatively temperate and makes for good winter sendage. Climbing in the Santa Monicas is never more than an hour's drive from either the Conejo Valley, Malibu, or Oxnard, and therefore it is a very desirable location for those in Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley, or Santa Barbara. A variety of camping, eateries, and hotels, as well as its proximity to the beach make the Santa Monicas a great weekend destination.

This map of rock climbing around Santa Monica Mountains, USA , is a summary showing Santa Monica Mountains's indoor climbing gyms and Santa Monica Mountains's outdoor rock climbing locations. If any of Santa Monica Mountains's outdoor climbing falls within one of Santa Monica Mountains's sub climbing areas, including Topanga, Malibu Creek State Park, Malibu Tunnel, Mystery Science Theatre, Echo Cliffs, Stoney Point & Miniholland click through to that sub area to see individual Santa Monica Mountains boulders & Santa Monica Mountains outdoor rock walls in that area.

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