Altitude 255m a.s.l
Typical for the Berkeley crags, Remillard Park is a small roadside outcrop with a couple of good lines, and a few more squeezed in for good measure. Also as per other crags in the area, the rock tends to be either big knobs or viciously sharp little crimps.
There are two bolts at the top of Pinnacle Rock, and a solid stake at the top of Overhang Prow. Very little gear to speak of, so mostly top rope / solo.
Park anywhere along the road. Warning: best to park within eyeshot of the climbs, ere have been a number of break-ins as thieves know that you're about as far from a police station as you can get in the east bay.
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