1. Ramble V1 *
Right side of the main boulder face, near the corner created by the Rustic Stone Arch: find an obvious/good horizontal
Go: Move left and up, following the arching line of edges and side-pulls
to complete a high traverse.
2. Rumble V2
Same as Ramble.
Go: Straight left, completing a low traverse
of the boulder.
3. Rambo V3 **
Slightly right of center of the boulder, find a low, obvious right-facing side-pull.
Up and slightly left into a shallow groove with an assortment of flakes, slopers, edges and knobs. Finish on the
slopey, scary top-out ... which just might be the crux.
Variation: Coney Island
White Fish V4 Start up Rambo, but as soon as you gain the large, sloping edge out left
for your feet, move left to the next groove/flake system and climb up via slopers and a mantle not nearly as exciting
as on Rambo.
4. Rambling Man V1 R
Start: At the narrow low-angle face that is adjacent with the Rustic Stone Arch, where a good/obvious
starting horizontal edge awaits you.
Up the low-angle face, not using any part of the stone arch.
climbed, there wasn't any sort of fence in place. The current one complicates things a bit. One should keep
in mind a few things before attempting this problem: 1. Low-angle face problems can create awkward falls, even
if the landing area is fairly solid. 2. The current fence at the base takes away far too much of the landing
area. 3. Ramble Rock seeps when it's wet. It seeps a lot in that corner between the boulder and
the arch. And takes a long time to dry.
***Again, it is
highly recommended to survey the top-outs beforehand and make sure there are no surprises up there ... especially wet, mossy
4. Rustic V0
Just to the right of Ramble Rock, on the southeast outer face of the Stone Arch.
Up to the obvious jug, then to the lip and over to the top.
(The jug can often be damp and muddy inside.)