The large, ominous roof on the north side of the road you see driving up the canyon before getting to Tunnel 2 is Point Break. An eager sport climber can’t help but be drawn to this wall to take on the mighty overhanging prow and test their skills on Laughing with God (5.12c), Bodhisattva (5.12b), or even Warchild (5.13a). There are also a handful of more moderate climbs ranging from 5.9 to 5.10d.
Approach: Park at mile 5.6 on the north (right) side of the road, and then hike down the hillside to wade across the creek in the shallowest part. The best times to cross are late summer through early spring. Occasionally ice bridges form in winter, which make it easy to cross. After crossing the creek, do a short hike up the hill and make your way to the base of the cliff. There is typically a fixed line closer to the wall. Be mindful on the steep approach.