East End of Rundle (EEOR) Rock Climbing
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DescriptionThe East End of Rundle (EEOR), commonly referred to as the lackadaisical Winnie the Poor character by locals, hosts a plethora of stellar trad and sport lines on generally excellent grey rock. From single pitch, to huge multi-pitch endeavors, this section of rock boasts a short approach (30-60 minutes) and something for everyone.
Eeyore's Tail (5.8, 10 pitches)
True Grit (5.10a, 6 Pitches)
Reprobate (5.7, 11 Pitches)
Raptor (5.10b, 9 Pitches)
Parallel Dreams (5.11a, 5 Pitches)
Geriatric (5.8, 7 Pitches)
Generosity (5.9, 13 Pitches)
Getting ThereFrom Canmore:
Drive up the Spray Lakes Road that cuts the valley between Ha Ling and Mt. Rundle. There are lots of signs in Canmore and you'll pass the Nordic Center as you gain elevation. Park at the Grassi Lakes pullout right at the waters edge where the dam is located. The EEOR climbers trail should be well worn and obvious from the road.
The Grassi Lakes sport climbs are just below the dam (5 minutes) and worth a stop.
Classic Climbing Routes at East End of Rundle (EEOR)
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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