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Rock Climbing Photo: Eaglet Bluff
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By A. Klopp
Jul 23, 2017
A. Eaglet One 5.7 TR 8m.
(Unknown. 1970s). Layback the left facing corner to right, stepping right at a ledge to climb up the featured face.
B. Eaglet Two 5.7 Trad. 8m
(Unknown, 1970s). Climb the left facing corner into a thin chimney at the top
C. Scimtar 5.9 ** Trad. 8m.
Unknown, 1970s. Starts up right angling finger crack right of the large chimney then pulling through a large layback flake.
D. All Ages Gig 5.12c ** Fixed. 10m 3bolts.
(Trent Hoover, 1997). Crimp strength and excellent footwork are required on this outstanding route. Stick clip the first bolt as the fall potential from the belay is frightening.
E. The Chimney 5.7 * Trad. 10m
(Unknown, early 1980’s). A classic offwidth grovel. Can clip a couple of bolts on the Wild Thing.
F. The Wild Thing 5.10c. ***. Fixed. 3 bolts. 12 m (FFA. Brad Zdanivsky, Bryce Cox, 1994)
The STEEP overhanging Prow is overcome with dynos on good jugs. Blind last clip.
G. The Thing 5.11a. ** Fixed 4 bolts 14m.
A steep bolted line on the main face. A broken hold at the bouldery crux of
this route has increased its difficulty.
H. Eaglet 3 5.10a * Trad.
(Unknown, ?). Fun moves up the right into a left facing layback flake to positive knobs and horns above.
I. Unknown 5.9. Trad. A new route approximately 2m right of Eaglet 3
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Eaglet Bluff

Submitted By: A. Klopp on Jul 23, 2017
On this route:
The Wild Thing (5.10c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b )
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