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Golden Eye 

YDS: 5.13a French: 7c+ Ewbanks: 29 UIAA: IX+ British: E6 6c

   
Type: Trad, Sport
Consensus:  YDS: 5.13a French: 7c+ Ewbanks: 29 UIAA: IX+ British: E6 6c [details]
FA: Ben Folsom , Lance Bateman Oct. 15, 2005
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Ben Folsom on Oct 15, 2005
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Description 

This route is on the Southeast face of the Black Peeler to the right of Peeler Direct. It climbs the righthand prow of the Peeler face. To reach, climb Orangutan Afternoon most of the way then stem right across a chimney and traverse right to a small ledge with bolt anchors and belay. For Goldeneye, climb up and left from there into a short left facing corner. Protect with a few small to medium cams. The rest of the pitch is bolt protected. Move left across a slab and around to the left side of the prow. Climb up from there following bolts to chain anchors at the top. Really good climbing.


Protection 

Bring a set of cams. Quickdraws.



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By clayhoon
Oct 29, 2007

one of the best in the canyon Props Ben and Lance!! *****

By Ben Folsom
Jul 5, 2010

Found a fixed rope on Golden Eye yesterday. It was old with core shots and totally baked to a crisp in the sun. Normally I would leave peoples fixed ropes alone out of respect for others property and for their projecting purposes. This rope however had obviously been left through the winter and was no longer safe to use. Anyway, I removed the rope, so if whoever it was wants it back, get in touch with me here. It's worthless for climbing, but still might make a few decent rugs.