About Little Eiger:
Description: The Little Eiger is a slabby wall with a couple of very fine routes and many other notable ones. It is a good place for summertime cragging as it is in the shade nearly all day. Expect it to be busy on a hot summer day, most routes will feel pretty easy to the last couple of moves which is usually the hardest (crux) moves of the climb, most cruxes on the routes are mantle problems to reach the anchors. There are a few trad lines on the left side of the crag that climb in the big cave, be warned only the 5.10 has anchors at the top and it is only two mankey fixed pins.
Directions: Park in the same pullout for the The Red Slab at 3.1 miles up the canyon from the first tunnel, walk along the road way from the pullout to a very obvious climbers trail angling up and right towards the cliff. The path will take you all the way to the crag and will deposit you at the base of Natural Selection. Routes are ordered from left to right on this page.
|Type of Climbing:||Sport|
|SequenceSequence numbers indicate the left (L) to right (R) order of the routes.||Rating||Route||Difficulty||Ascents|
|0||Free up the Weed||5.11a||2|
|0||Persistent Vegetative State||5.10b||6|
|0||Radometer in the Red Zone||5.11b||6|
|0||The Green Zone||5.11a||1|
|0||The Naked Hedge||5.10b||3|
|0||The Nordwand (p1)||5.10d||2|
|0||Tierra del Fuego||5.11b||2|
|0||Tsunami Of Charisma||5.11a||2|
|28||Is Our Children Learning?||5.9||1|