Type: Sport, 70 ft (21 m)
FA: Team Sofa King Rad
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Shared By: Pinklebear on Oct 17, 2010
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Access Issue: Seasonal Closures 2022 Details
Access Issue: 2022 Seasonal Closures remain for Eagle Rock Details


Bald Eagle is the right variant start to Rarely Eagle, linking into that climb at the fourth bolt. It climbs past three half-inch bolts in the bulge/roof right off the ledge, above a left-facing dihedral.

Clip a low bolt, power to a sidepull, clip again, then engage a "V-Eagle" boulder problem through the pegmatite band to reach the jug rail below the third clip. Hint: think opposition and heel-powered jessery.

Stand up past the rail to mellower terrain, then follow the last four bolts of Rarely Eagle, up its crux headwall. Try hard not to fall off Rarely Eagle, since you've done a passel o' hard moves to get there.

We plan to move the second bolt about a foot higher and have the hole halfway drilled (drill ran out of juice), so will be back soon to relocate that clip. As it is now, the fall going for the rail might bring you near the bottom ledge, but you should be OK with an attentive belay.


This is six feet right of Rarely Eagle's first bolt; six feet left of the start of Golden Eagle.


Seven bolts to double-bolt anchors.