Description

The Southern section of the ridgeline at Rotary Park includes the Cat's Eye Face at the southern end, the Bolt Wall, and a well-featured slab just north of the Bolt Wall. Between this slab and the Ship's Prow about 35 yards north, the ridgeline is broken and offers little to most boulderers.

These faces offer challenging problems, both low- and high-ball. Whether getting your head together on the enjoyable Bolt Wall, committing to a heady undercling on the Cat's Eye Face, or trying to master the Tendonitis Traverse, this section of the ridge definitely has something to offer anyone who might come to Rotary Park. For a change of pace, leave the crash pad at home and bring your top-rope gear to find out if you can pull through Lynn Hill Roof.

Getting There

From the southern end of the parking area, follow a well-worn trail around the end of the ridgeline. The trail will deposit you at the base of the Cat's Eye Face, with the Bolt Wall located immediately north.

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