Type: Sport, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Don Wilson and Todd Gordon, February 1992
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Shared By: C Miller on Dec 31, 2004
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Boulder up the start until possible to clip the first bolt then work your way left to clip a second bolt. Good footwork will make the somewhat crimpy moves to the third bolt easier. Climb past a final bolt and finish up with easier moves via a short hand crack onto a ledge with anchors.

A short route that is decent enough worth doing if in the area. Originally there was another fixed pin before the first bolt - it may be possible to get a small (0.5")piece in if necessary. Additionally one can get a 2.5" piece in the crack section at the top if needed.

The hard moves and the bulk of the climbing are well protected and it has an anchor- so I'd call it a sport route. Two stars out of five.


On the southwest face of Cyclops Rock about 40' right of the start for The Official Route of the 1984 Olympics. The climb is easily identified as starting out of a recessed area of rock that overhangs slightly.


4 bolts, bolted anchor/rap