(uu) Easy's Playhouse Rock Climbing
The view from Easy's Playhouse.
A small and steep wall that sits above the Red Wall. There are about half a dozen steep bolted routes up here.
Hike up the Misery Ridge trail and cut left after the last staircase. Topping out a route on the Red Wall would also work.
Climbing Season For the Smith Rock area.
Weather station 7.1 miles from here
5 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',5],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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Straight Out of Madras 5.12c 7b+ 27 IX- 27 E6 6b Oregon
: Smith Rock
: (uu) Easy's Playhouse
Create a Large step ladder out of rocks and jump up to two slopers as start holds. Move yourself along slopers to the second clip. Then, here comes the crux. Pull a double Gaston on two shitty slopers holding yourself by body pressure, and then shoot your left hand up two feet to a undergoing crimp gaston, and then push up into it (5.12b crux). Then right into the second crux either dyno or a ridiculous static move off of a very small crimp. Don't lose it, traverse into jugs just left of Bi...[more] Browse More Classics in Oregon
By James Barnett 2
From: Portland, OR
Nov 14, 2016
Many of the bolts here seem to be in rough shape. Big Boss Man is missing the first two. I had a hard time orienting myself to the routes here and then realized that they're out of order if you're looking at either the left to right or right to left view. Both Straight Out of Madras and Thug Life are described as being the farthest right route, despite Straight Out of Madras actually being the farthest left route. From left to right the order should be: Straight Out of Madras, Big Boss Man, Boys in the Hood, Bugging out, Thug Life.
The routes are short, steep and, from what I experienced, mostly pretty fun. A nice change of pace from the typical Smith routes.