- PCAD and Project Update
(posted: Sep 19, 2017)
We have received an update from the park on how things are coming together in regards to identifying climber relevant projects specific to resources associated with the Climbing community as well as an update on the upcoming October 20 & 21 event.
Another Accident at The Tourist Trap
posted: May 01, 2001
On May 5th a climber from Fairfax, California fell about 25 feet while climbing near Rat Race at the Tourist Trap. The climber was knocked unconscious and became tangled in his ropes during the fall. Ranger Neal Labrie climbed 30 feet to the climber where he treated his injuries before lowering him to waiting paramedics. After treatment at San Jose Valley Medical Center, the climber was released.
The CDF, American Medical Response and Calstar II Air Ambulance were also involved in the rescue. This was the second major climbing accident at the Tourist Trap in the past year.
For details of the previous accident see Climbing Accident On Tourist Trap.