The Eyeball is a big climbing wall in central Ontario near Sudbury that’s seen spurts of development over the past few years. The wall is over 100 metres at its highest point and has a number of climbs from 5.4 to 5.11+. The drive from Toronto takes just over six hours.
The 400-metre long wall has several lines of weaknesses that have been climbed, including the classic six-pitch Northern Etiquette 5.9. Last fall, top Ontario ice climbers Rebecca Lewis and Nathan Kutcher climbed two new 100-metre three-pitch 5.11 bolted routes.
Conspiracy Theory 5.11+ heads up a technical dihedral to a small belay stance past 15 bolts. The second pitch climbs steep rock on good holds to a high crux with 14 bolts and the third pitch is a tricky 5.10+ with 14 bolts.
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Last season @rebecca.lewis.climbing and @nathankutcher put up three great new bolted routes at the Eyeball — we’ve got our Eyeball guide updated with these additions. 🧗♀️🧗♂️ It makes us so happy to see all the time + effort spent on development in the north — thanks for these contributions to the climbing scene up here! Photos: 1️⃣ Rebecca Lewis on Lord of the Flies 2️⃣ Nathan Kutcher on Conspiracy Theory 📸: @rebecca.lewis.climbing and @nathankutcher . . . . . #climbsudbury #briskoutdoors #timetoclimb #climbing_lovers #climbing_worldwide #goodtimesoutside #discoveron #climbinginspiration #climbing_is_my_passion #getoutside #getoutstayout #neverstopexploring #outinsudbury #climbing #climb #adventure #sudbury #klettern #lifeisgood #instagood #grippedmagazine #liveclimbrepeat #outdoorslife #climbing_pictures_of_instagram #theclimbinglife #keepitwild #celebratewild #rockclimbing #multipitch
The Disruptor is another three-pitch 5.11 that starts to the right and crosses Conspiracy Theory. And Lord of Flies is a new 60-metre 5.11 that starts to left of Conspiracy Theory. All three routes are reported to have excellent rock.
There’s a lot more room to develop new routes at Eyeball, but access is tricky. To find out more about the fun crag visit here.