Elevation: 943 ft
GPS: 58.412, -134.753 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
Page Views: 230 total · 66/month
Shared By: Carl Reese on Aug 28, 2019
Admins: Jared LaVacque, L. Von Dommelheimer

Description

The Eyes of the World is so named because the view from the top is phenomenal. The trail ends on top of the cliff and you have to rappel down and climb back up. The top of the cliff is about 1,050 feet above sea level and at this writing there isn’t a trail to the bottom of the cliff but there is a brushy trail to the top. So far local climbers have developed three bolted routes and there is more to develop. It’s the same rock type as the Tee Harbor boulders. Indeed this cliff is a thousand feet above the Tee Harbor boulders and it appears the boulders fell off the cliff some time in the past. You can hike to the top of the cliff in about 45 minutes. The climb the bolted routes you have to rappel off the cliff and climb back up. There are three anchor points about 25 meters down the wall at the base of each climb. I think a 50 meter rope is too short to reach them if doubled up. There are yet many climbs to be developed.

Getting There

Finding the start of the trail is frustrating and it needs flagging. The trail starts across from the Tee Harbor pullout with a user trail north of where most people approach Tee Boulders. see Tee Boulders info. The route and as yet the beginning requires some looking around for one particular boulder.  The route cuts up through alders. You are aiming for a boulder about 100 yards into the woods. There's lot of boulders but this one is clean and it has a large root ascending the boulder. There are fragmented brushy trails leading to the boulder.

Uphill of the rooted boulder the trail starts. It's not a good trail but I think you can follow it.

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