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Long, sustained predominantly finger-crack climb with an exciting finish. Beautifully clean on good rock. Best done as one long 45m pitch (no rope drag). Bring the usually passive pro and doubles of cams 0.3 to 2, and singles 3, 4 and possibly 5. More small gear (0.3 and 0.4 or Aliens) keeps it sane. Be CAREUL of the loose blocks in the back of the off-width section. Crack completely re-cleaned October 2012.

Ethic

Trad if possible, or mixed ...

inherited from The Phoenix

Route history

2003

First Ascent: J. Anderson & R. Charlton, 2003

Location

Lat/Long: -33.66268, 150.27479

Grade citation

20 Community registered grade
Paul Thomson
20 Paul Thomson
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Overall quality 76% from 19 ratings

Tick types

Onsight
Flash
Red point

Comment keywords

crux sustained hard stoked super fun nice good sweet brilliant amazing great lovely exciting enjoyable classic awesome tricky interesting fingers epic short easy jamming offwidth crack

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