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Table of contents
South of the Pinnacle Zawn by 70 - 100m
|2||Fingerin' the Groove||22||5m|
|3||Stuck In the Pipe||17||30m|
This is the main zawn with the hard to miss pinnacle. Boats can be landed on the ledge at the northern side entrance. The first climbs are on the Southern, sun facing wall.
Walking on Sunshine
Traverse the entire south wall, can be followed right into the depths of the cave.
|7||Flakes opposite south face of pinnacle||16||5m|
Short but sweet. Haul yourself up the finger width crack.
The arm width crack and jugs.
Climbs on the free standing pinnacle, swim to the base.
|10||NE Arete of the Pinnacle||18||5m|
|11||Crack in north face of pinnacle||8||9m|
|12||NW Arete of the Pinnacle||22||5m|
|13||SW Arette of the Pinnacle||20||5m|
|14||South face of pinnacle||16||9m|
|15||SE Arete of the Pinnacle||12||9m|
|16||Traverse of entire pinnacle||18||20m|
The northern wall of Pinnacle Zawn, gets a bit more shade.
Hiding in the Shadows
Traverse on the Northern side of the main zawn (opposite side to Walking on Sunshine). Gets tricky closer to the boat ramp.
There is more on the sub-zawn on the north side of the boat launch ledge.
|8||Crack in north face of pinnacle||9m|
|12||SE Arete of the Pinnacle||9m|
|16||Flakes opposite south face of pinnacle||5m|
|South face of pinnacle||9m|
|17||Stuck In the Pipe||30m|
|18||NE Arete of the Pinnacle||5m|
|Traverse of entire pinnacle||20m|
|SW Arette of the Pinnacle||5m|
|Fingerin' the Groove||5m|
|Hiding in the Shadows||60m|
|NW Arete of the Pinnacle||5m|
|Walking on Sunshine||70m|