Type: TR, 35 ft (11 m)
FA: Mike Pajunas, Rita Hansen, C. Martin, Gary Rall, 1987
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This is a route from the ground up to the top of the Far East belay ledge, but it is recommended to use the Orient Express anchor. Climb the left-facing seam to the top of the ledge.

Also known as Eye of the Tiger in the Rocky Butte Quarry guidebook. Tiger's Eye is likely a reference to the chatoyant gemstone rather than "Eye of the Tiger" which is a hot single released by American rock band Survivor in 1982.


This is located just below the tree on the belay ledge. It has its own rusty chain anchors, which you should not use. 

From below, look for the #3 sign on the tree.


Use the Orient Express anchor. Standalone (marked) anchors are ancient and dangerous