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Description

Near National Park offices

Approach

From NAtional Park office follow walking track to Laguna Toro for about 5 minutes until you cross a little creek. Turn right and head towards wall with obvious diehdral

Descent notes

Lower offs

Routes

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Grade Route

The diehedral at the left end of the wall

Starts at overhung arete

Starts on wall just right of S

2m left of corner

The prominent dihedral seen from the national park office. Finishes at piton anchor.

im R of corner up past pitons in seam. Then up thin crack

Start up chimner and step lft onto thin face. Technical moves to ledge then more easily up slightly overhanging arete

1m R of EP, up thin face and finger crack.

2m R again

1m right , up crack to start. Doesnt look dirty. On same wall as preceding 3 routes

Up a short face, but mainly climbs R arete before moving left near top.

Starts just left of a short overhung corner. Up thin face to horizontal. Weave way up wall on line of least resistance. Escapable in parts and quite run out.

About 40m right and up hill are 2 steep routes. This one is no longer a project but not sure of name. Start up gully

The right of the routes starting in gully. ROck looks quite average

Go carefully to first bolt which is about 5m up. Run out slab climbing on average quality rock. Starts around corner and up hill from gully

Starts from same stance as VN and goes right up arete. Friable rock detracts from nice moves.

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