Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Sept 1985 Dennis Hemminger, Bill Coe, Jim Opdycke
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Shared By: Nate Ball on Sep 4, 2012 with 1 Suggestions
Admins: Nate Ball, Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters

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Access Issue: CLOSURES: South and East Faces Details
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Given a 5.7 grade in Tim Olson's Portland Rock Climbs book, this route is thin and intimidating even for the 5.8 grade. Start up a slabby face with a shallow crack near a tall oak tree, just before heading around/up to the start of South East Corner. Utilize face holds while finagling small gear into the pods in the crack, continuing upwards through a very thin section of the crack (long reach helpful). Hit a roof, step left with good gear, then continue up through a few more hand-foot matches to grassy ledges. Traverse right to the Pitch 2 anchors of South East Corner. Continue up via this route or rap from two fat Metolius bolts.

NOTE: This route was originally named "Cruisemaster" but was later changed to "Cruisin'" to avoid confusion with other -master routes nearby.


Past the start for Young Warriors, before the start for Little Wing and South East Corner. At a belay platform below a big oak tree.


Gear to 2" (nuts are especially useful)