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A great crimpy problem on perfect stone. Start low on a crimp rail or very low on jugs, move up and left or right on sharp crimps up to the cyclops eye. The topout isn't hard, but it's insecure, so you'll want several pads and a good spotter.
In the "Back Nine" area, on the Cyclops boulder, which is essentially the last boulder in the boulder field. Follow the trail past Deception, White Trash, and Mono Doigt to this boulder. It is easily identified by the softball-sized "cyclops" eye about 8 feet up in the middle of the wall.
THE Luke Laeser on Cyclops.
Janelle on Cyclops.
BETA PHOTO: Cyclops starts on the lowest visible chalked holds...
Working through the crimps on Cyclops!