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Ben Sinclair
Nov 26, 2021
Climbed today and it looks like the 5th bolt is missing (the one at the lip). Saw a few old bolt holes, but… View Comment
tom rosecrans
May 14, 2021
Climbed yesterday, new pin at roof and 6th bolt fine. Everything fine except the mountain lion scat on the… View Comment
Mark Thomas
Mar 18, 2020
For those wanting to see a bit more of the climb, or how I did the bolt ladder with just 2 aiders & not bei… View Comment
Larzk Krause
Oct 10, 2019
5th bolt is now very sketchy. The hole is about twice the diameter of the bolt and can be wiggled (The bolt… View Comment
Spencer Weiler
Oct 23, 2018
This thing didn’t feel like a typical C0 bolt ladder. Bolt 2 was quite difficult to clip, and I have no ide… View Comment
Cameron Bourne
Oct 21, 2018
5th bolt is just about worn through.. beware! :) super fun and cool rock!! View Comment
Mar 25, 2018
Doable with out aid gear but getting the last bolt was hard. Had to stand in a sling and crimp some small e… View Comment
Peter Lewis
Jan 16, 2018
I wish the approach to Eagle Wall was that easy.... View Comment
May 21, 2017
Park across the road from the sign for Campsite C. The metal pole is present and very useful! View Comment
Garrett R.
May 18, 2017
We did this on the drive back from Yosemite. I found the high step to the last bolt to be more difficult th… View Comment
Andrew Poet
Aug 7, 2016
The metal pole is still at the base. All bolts and anchors (2 glue ins) look good. A blue totem and small C… View Comment
Evan Deis
Mar 3, 2016
That's a fine job. View Comment
Peter Lewis
Apr 28, 2014
Great photo! Yeah, love the name! View Comment
Peter Lewis
Apr 28, 2014
That is just a stunning image. Gotta love the wide-open West!!! View Comment
Peter Lewis
Apr 28, 2014
Yikes. I wouldn't want to be anywhere near that thing on a windy day, sort of defines "precarious" doesn't… View Comment
Camster (Rhymes with Hamster)
Dec 2, 2012
Didn't Kevin Chase do the Fa of this tower? View Comment
Mark Thomas
Nov 22, 2012
Road is still closed to vehicles, but the bar is still there. First reachy bolt is easier to stick cli… View Comment
Mark Thomas
Nov 22, 2012
It is easier if someone stands to the side and instructs the clipper as to how to adjust the height and rot… View Comment
paul bucher
Apr 1, 2012
can we call these things C if were clipping bolts? bring a short (4 foot) cheater for the last bolt. it's… View Comment
Bob Dobalina
Jan 14, 2012
"Devil's Golfball" That's exactly how I did it. The first move is stepping off the hood of a truck. View Comment
Jan 25, 2010
the picture shows starting off the truck which is a great idea, but as of this year blm has closed the area… View Comment
Andrew Gram
Dec 29, 2009
That photo has a really weird angle - it isn't nearly as precarious looking as it appears. View Comment
Paul Rezucha
Dec 29, 2009
Boy, that really looks precarious! That car (and the climbers for that matter) is not in a good position i… View Comment
Dan Dalton
Jun 15, 2009
This is one of my favorite shots of yours! Hope you have been getting out and having fun on the rock! View Comment
Andy Laakmann
Apr 6, 2009
Um, to be honest I didn't look down the other side. A massive hail storm had moved in so I didn't take any… View Comment
Tristan Higbee
Apr 5, 2009
Hmmm... Odd... A couple months ago there were still two additional chain anchors for rapping down the side… View Comment
Andy Laakmann
Apr 4, 2009
Only one big, fat 1/2" bolt on the top now..... View Comment
Ben Folsom
Mar 8, 2009
That is great! View Comment
Jon Ruland
Mar 6, 2009
an aptly-named formation! View Comment
Tristan Higbee
Feb 17, 2009
The first bolt is really hard to clip with a stick clip because the hangers are just chain links that are d… View Comment
Christian "crisco" Burrell
Feb 2, 2009
What's up with the chain links?! Why not just regular hangers? It was a pain to stick clip the first one.… View Comment
Eric Odenthal
Sep 21, 2008
the first clip is a pain in the ass to get. brought a stick clip for that one. hangers are 1/4 inch chain… View Comment
Brad Brandewie
Jul 10, 2008
Were you trying to tip that thing over? :) View Comment
Nov 4, 2007
Nice belay. View Comment
Bryan Gartland
Sep 12, 2007
The crux of this thing is clipping the godamned chainlink hangers. View Comment
Sep 12, 2007
Free climbing to the first bolt is hard but possible (crash pad and a spot might be a good idea). The bolts… View Comment

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