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We didn't name the route Four Eyes. That just showed up in the original guide, The Brown Book of Lies. We used four bolts.
Bring a rack of wires and small cams, mainly for pitch one. I'd bring up to a #2 Camalot, just in case.
The original bolts were weak 1/4" Star Dryvins. I think Dave Dunblazer replaced some of them in the 1980s.
Following the 1st pitch. 1999.
BETA PHOTO: Four Eyes
Photo by MP contributor
BETA PHOTO: Four Eyes.
Getting to the business on Pitch One. Getting into...
Top of the 1st pitch.
Chuck Graves nears the top of the beautiful flake/...
Fran Bagenal, Four Eyes, 1993...yikes.
|By David Kozak|
Oct 14, 2011
The name Four Eyes derived from either Steve Spaar or myself after climbing the route in the late '70s.