- Height: 230m
- Pitches: 7
- Ascents: 1
Excellent continuous climbing that pushes a direct line up the centre of the South Wall.
The first 4 pitches of this route makes for a straight forward sports climb that is easy to get off in 2 raps if climbing with double ropes. Sport bolted over 6 long days.
(24) 25m Start as for ‘Andrews Arête’, hard start moves. (21 if you pull the first two bolts)
(21) 40m Continue up following the Siblings bolts until a small corner with a sapling and 'Lucky' bolt hangers. Follow bolts up and right to a bolt belay in pod.
(19) 30m Straight up the blunt arête to the green ledge, traverse right 5m to roomy belay with bolts.
(24) 25m Great face climbing to a hanging belay.
(26) 50m Up right on big holds to a thin punchy crux then continue up joining ‘Overture to the Sun’ briefly and a long runout on easy climbing to belay at the base of the orange wall to the right of the Siblings belay. Chain belay.
(30) 30m Orange headwall. Climb the blunt arête with great holds and follow bolts to a semi hanging belay.
(27) 30m Exposure at its best, continue up and pull through committing lip (crux) then up on good hold to finish at chain. Walk back to the car park up the hill.
First Free Ascent: Jan (Czech)
2009? Freed the 30 pitch.
First Ascent: Chris Warner, 2006
Located in South Wall - Main approx:
Route Grade Citations
|30||Community registered grade|
|31||Canberra Climbers' Association Guide|
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