They both offer some fun little climbs and traverses. Some of the routs have some flaky rock but that is only due to them only recently being pulled out of the ground. Route information and rating are to come.
Ok they are not all that big or awesome but they are fun and right in town and make for a fast and easy climb for local Murrieta/Temecula climbers. the larger one is 15' high and the shorter is 10'. Don't forget your crash pad.
Getting ThereJust get off on Clinton Keith Rd. from the I-215 Freeway and head West. Make your first Right on McElwain Rd. and then your first Right again into the Orchard's Shopping center. They are right next to the Dixie Line Hardware store.
Red TapeRecently they have had the road blocked due to work crews on occasion.
just watch for signs.
CampingThere are no camp grounds near these boulders but these Rocks are Half way between Big Rock (Lake Perris) and Poway. Camping is available at Perris Lake. Reservations can be obtained at Reserve America.http://www.reserveamerica.com/ There Are several Hotels in town as well.
External LinksReserve America for Local Camping http://www.reserveamerica.com/
The Local Climbing Shop is located off of Rancho California Rd. A few exits down. Stop by and grab some chalk or whatever else you need. http://www.joshuatreevillage.com/515/nv.htm