Type: Boulder, 7 ft (2 m)
FA: Samuel Hayden
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Shared By: Jason Hayden on Apr 28, 2020
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The crux is definitely the start. Sit start nearly laying down, your left hand around the sloper edge below the eye hole. Your right-hand stretches to the far-right arete in line with a good crimp edge down low. Get an awkward high left or right foot on a small crimp or a small foot underneath the small overhang on the bottom of the boulder. You will likely need to toe hook or heel hook around the small arete on the left below the eye. After pulling off the ground, go to a good right-hand crimp edge in line with the eye. Move into the eye and then to the top.


This problem is on a rather odd, small boulder on the hill above Holey Land. From the Riverside boulder, it is up towards the trail and to the left. The boulder is not more than 7 feet high and features a super strange, cyclops-like eye hole above two-thirds of the way up (facing the Holey Land).