Topo #4024

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Area Type
? Andy's Area

A fun little sport sector of VERY well protected face routes. The wall faces south west, so is in the shade until mid afternoon. It's possible to do a few routes here on the walk out when the main area is in the sun.

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? Choc Chip Chai Sector

The first wall you reach when you reach the bottom of the steep descent and turn right (towards Sweet Dreams).

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? Theory of Negativity Wall
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? Iliad Buttress

50m left of Theory of Negativity Wall is a hanging orange arete visible high above the trees. There is a recessed twin corner crack leading up to it. This is Cynics United. Above and left of this arete is the main Iliad Buttress, somewhat hidden from below.

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? Binary Cave

A popular all-weather sport crag, with a couple of hairy rad cracks as well. This 50m wide section of orange wall extends left from Constipation Chimney and is protected from heavy rain by a vast roof 40m above the deck. The base is totally dry for 5m out from the cliff, is fairly flat and is a great place to hang out when the weather turns nasty (most routes were established during the wettest summer in memory!). There are currently more than 15 sport routes, and several rarely repeated old school steep trad lines. Most routes are 20-25m single pitches which end at anchors just below a large shale ledge. There are a couple of ancient aid routes which continue through the roofs above currently being freed as trad (plus future free trad potential!). Bring a rope mat as the base of the crag is dirty. Stick-clips are useful.

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? Bentrovarto Wall

This amazing orange wall is visible high through the trees from above the shale ledge track, just before you get to the cable/wire traverse of death leading to Sweet Dreams. It's just like the famous Janicepts Wall at Piddington - a slightly overhung black and orange wall extending left from a stonking corner crack - except Ben Trovato Wall is three times higher and with better rock! All the routes are technical face climbs, usually very sustained and well protected by new bolts (or bomber trad). The rock is very rough in places - bring a good set of finger tips.

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? Sweet Dreams Walls

This area is the main introduction to climbing at Sublime Point for many beginners - due to the classic easy route Swet Dreams. On a nice day there can be several parties on the route at once, so if crowds aren't your thing get on the route early! The sun hits this wall around midday - and can be scorching. Bring enough water and sunscreen!

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Route Grade Popularity Style
? *** Sweet Dreams

One of the most popular multi pitch routes in the Blue Mountains offering up a simmering dish of big exposure, good protection and easy moves. On nice sunny weekends there can be a queue so get in early! Sleepyheads starting at the crack of noon (which is bizarrely common) will also miss out on the cool morning shade, and get smashed by the sun which blasts the route from midday onwards. The route is mostly protected by old fashioned carrot bolts, however a basic trad rack is useful to reduce runouts. Most of the carrot bolts were placed after the first ascent. Start: After crossing the fixed wire walk another 40m or so to base of short scrappy looking right facing corner on right side of giant block. Up above is the vast black slab of the higher pitches. 1. 20m (14) Short wall onto ledge then left to chimney and up to ledge and tree belay. 2. 30m (10) Crack to block and bolt belay. 3. 33m (13) Traverse up and right across slab to bolt belay. 4. 30m (13) Up a few bolts then step right to crack above bowl clenching exposure. Belay on big ledge below corner. 5. 37m (14) Up easy corner for 20m and exit either left up exposed wall into the 'Variant Finish' (nicer but harder) or right (easy) to big ledge. 6. 20m (10) If you took the right variant climb chossy overhang above.

14 Trad 180m Unlink route

Topo #2796 - Bentrovarto Wall

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Route Grade Popularity Style
1 The Swiss Route

Not many details about this at all. Starts at 'Colosseum Corner', right across chossy break to arete. Up on right side of arete. Pro is spaced and route wanders out onto the right wall a bit. Will be retrobolted (with permission) soon. Start: The major exposed arete on the right side of Bentrovarto Wall.

19 Trad 70m Unlink route
3 ** Golden Giles !

Big clean wall following the right orange stripe following carrots. Some trad gear occasionally for the EZ sections - but it's mostly bolts. Classic. Start: Starts 4m right of 'Colosseum Corner'. 1. 20m (24) Tricky start start over overlap then easier dark wall to small ledge and rap chains. 2. 40m (25) Blast straight up the awesome orange streak, thru small overlap to EZ topout finish. Awesome Blueys climbing.. 3. 15m (16) The easy final pitch up to shared anchors with S&B.

25 Trad 75m Unlink route
4 ** The Sublime and the Beautiful

Supa fun, big sporty jaunt. Starts as for 'Colosseum Corner' and traverses across Giles route to big belay ledge left of arete. Up thin face left of the arete. Take about 12 draws and slings and stuff for the belays. A couple of cams on the 1st pitch can be handy. Can either top out (tree belay) or lower off down the route. 1. 20m (18) Rising to the right, and upto obvious belay ledge. 2. 35m (22) Launch up the thin wall. The money pitch ! 3. 20m (20) Can be linked from the 2nd pitch. Up over small buldge and continue to final headwall.

22 Sport 75m Unlink route
2 * San Pornando

Long sustained face climbing just right of 'Colosseum Corner' on ringbolts. The upper half follows an orange streak. Hidden lower-off anchors are tucked under the rooflet at end of this streak. Re-thread half way down or use double ropes to get off! Start: Start as for 'Colosseum Corner'.

24 Sport 42m, 16 Unlink route
5 ** Colosseum Corner

The major corner on the right side of the amazing orange wall. A trad classic, but it needs a bit (heaps!) of gardening, especially the top half. There is a rap anchor at the end of pitch 1. Add style points if you do it in the original fashion - with the rope tied around the waist and a total of only 9 pieces of lead pro. 1. 20m (19) Technical stemming corner with excellent protection. When the greenery gets too much, traverse left to belay ledge and bolt belay (shared with Bentrovarto). 2. 13m (17) Up shale corner, step right onto arete and up front of juggy detached pillar to large belay ledge. Can be linked with pitch 1. 1.a. 32m (~21) Memorial Direct variant - Obvious direct continuation of 1st pitch corner. Instead of traversing left at greenery, simply plug in a nest of gear and launch up the corner and face options that deliver you eventually at some good gear and then up to the large belay ledge as above. 3. 40m (19) A long corner which would be amazing if it was clean, but unfortunately it gets increasingly vegetated, it's even got major trees in the last 20m. 4. (10m)? That tree is actually a very lovely little belay spot, classic in fact on a sunny day or for a late evening joint massage, though the original belay was actually further out on the face apparently?? Top out to good tree belay. Walk 20m straight up hill, up a short section of fixed rope, and 20m more to find the good walking trail. Turn right on this and follow it back to the tourist lookout. Alternatively rap back down one of the sport lines.

19 Trad 73m Unlink route
6 ** Ben Trovato

Originally done by starting up Collosseum corner, it is 18 this way. But ever since the FA most people have climbed the crack 3m L of CC as the first pitch, which is 20. The rest of the route is several grades easier.

20 Mixed 160m, 3 Unlink route
7 *** Guillotine

The first pitch is perhaps the best easy sport route on the wall and the second pitch is even better!! Link them together and you have one of the best pitches at the grade in the Bluies. You will need a 70m rope and 23 draws (some long), and re-thread at the first belay when lowering off. The route name comes from the frightening flake that fell off when Neil was bolting the first pitch - which is now embedded in the ground at the base. Historically this route has a murky past - the first pitch had a couple of poorly placed rings in already, that Neil pulled out with his fingers (!), whilst the 2nd pitch had been half bolted with carrots by Giles Bradbury in the 90s but then abandoned. Starts 4m left of 'Ben Trovato' at small tree. 1. 20m (22) Stem off tree for a few moves, then a bouldery pull onto the flake to reach better holds. Motor up lovely orange rock to anchor on small ledge. The start can been done without the tree at 23/4, but this makes the pitch less classic. 2. 28m (24) 'Fantastic' climbing. Loads of bolts. Pumper crux at the top and superb rock. WATCH YOUR ROPE LENGTH when lowering back to the belay.

24 Sport 48m, 23 Unlink route
8 *** Marxism

Two pitches of wonderful wall climbing. First pitch is a good single pitch sport route with lower-off, 2nd pitch is a much bigger affair - a 50m wall of sustained edges and slopers, in dire need of rebolting. Start at the 2nd line of rings left of Ben Trovato's p1 crack, starting up tree. 1. 25m (23) One of the best pitches on the wall. Intricate face climbing finding a line of weakness amongst blankness. Clamber up tree for a few metres to clip high RB and horizontal break. Launch onto the wall and weave upwards to triple bolt lower-off. 2. 50m (28) Really awesome climbing on thin edges with a long vertical crux move to undercling a shallow flake! The 10th bolt has been replaced on this pitch (which presumably tells you where the crux is), but the rest are unrecessed rings and potentially bad. There is no loweroffs, so you either have to top out and belay off a tree, or take your chances lowering off a single ring.

28 Sport 75m, 22 Unlink route
9 *** Vespasian's Wall

A very impressive orange face, originally established as a 2 pitch aid route via a bolt ladder up the guts of the wall to the top by John Ewbank in 1964. Mentioned in old guidebooks (including Ewbanks) as "Vespian's Wall" - but was surely meant to be named after the Roman Emperor who built the Colosseum. Soon after bolting it Ewbank's anti-bolt sentiment kicked in and he chopped the bolts. Nearly half a century later, this free version lets you marvel at the relics. Start 5m left of 'Marxism'. 1. 25m (25) Possibly the best single pitch on Bentrovarto wall. Tiny hanging arête to start then right and up amazing sustained wall with crux near the top. Clip the first bolt with a stick, or off a kneebar in the break. Once p2 is open, p1 will be a 33m pitch incorporating an extra 8m of easy ground up left from the current anchor (1 extra bolt). 2. 33m (-) Project - Steps right to the flake/corner left of the guano, then takes the orange streak above the guano. The starting DRB and 4th RB are positioned to re-use old holes drilled by persons unknown (and other holes were patched); they also left 4 or 5 UB holes for ~12m above the belay to a blank dead end, 2-4m left of this pitch. A 70m rope is enough to lower off p2, pull rope, then rap down p1. A 60m might even stretch -

25 Sport 58m, 20 Unlink route
10 ** The Young Violent Pony

Another sustained outing up a slightly overhung wall. Up for 8 bolts then traverse hard left across wall to finish up 'Kizashi' to it's lower anchor. The bolted direct extension up the shallow little pockets will be 'ard and is an open project. Starts 15m left of 'Colosseum Corner' at line of leftward leading rings.

24 Sport 25m, 10 Unlink route
12 *** Kizashi

Roughly translates as "something great is coming". Thin seam crack that gets harder the higher you go. Never fear, there are no jams - it's all face moves and chicken wing gastos. Starts on the right edge of small chossy cavelet in the middle of 'Ben Trovato' Wall. Currently finishes at first set of double U bolts 3/4 of the way up the wall, the 3 bolt extension to the belay ledge is a open project (28+?). There is also a couple of bolts above the extension on the juggy grey slab above to reach the main ledge - but no pitch above these.

25 Sport 20m, 12 Unlink route
15 *** Sadomastication

Another direct multipitch straight up the middle of the wall. The first pitch is one of the best harder routes at Sublime Point, featuring sustained thin crimping. Starts at FH on left edge of little overlap at ground level. 1. 27m (26) Very sustained face climbing that took Neil several years to do. The red and black face with shallow pockets and flakes. 2. 20m (22) This pitch is best done by moving the belay 10m left to 'Microdermabrasia', or doing a runout climb up to join the pitch at the third bolt. Out right, up a bit then back left to belay on comfy ledge. Contrived in the middle. 3. 25m (-) This pitch is still a project. Feel free to do it! Looks 25ish.

26 Sport 72m Unlink route
16 ** Reigning Steel

Shorter and less sustained than other routes on this section of wall. Step left off block and up face between Sadomastication and Microdermabrasia to premature low anchors. The bolted extension to the ledge is closed project.

23 Sport 17m, 7 Unlink route
19 ** Microdermabrasia

One of the more obvious 'lines' on this wall. Three sustained pitches up the guts of the left side of the wall with comfy belay ledges and phat ringbolts. Pitch 1 can be done alone as a great single pitch 23 if you want to lower off. 1. 30m (23) Straight up to the base of the right facing and left leading big flake. Follow this to final tricky layback finish. Best to extend bolts on the right of the flake (60cm+ draws), so that your rope isn't pulled in over the sharp-ish edge of the flake. Belay on big ledge at giant staple bolt. You can lower from here. 2. 25m (25) Balancy start then blast straight up the gorgeous orange wall above with final death by crimp section. Belay on ledge at double rings. 3. 30m (24) Pumpy conclusion up the steep wall and corner above with a baffling reachy thin section down low. Either lower off the double rings just below the top or dirty mantle out to belay from a tree.

25 Sport 85m Unlink route
29 Cloudheat

A good little warm-up - but a little sharp. In the middle of the orange wall is a line of scoops that doesn't quite make it to the ground. Start about 4m to the left of these scoops. Boulder the footless start (and add a few grades) or just stand on the belay bolt to make the first move. Now trend right to the scoops and up them to lower-off. There is also an open project extension equipped by Chris Coghill.

22 Sport 12m, 5 Unlink route
31 * Weakend Worrier

Steep exposed climbing. Starts off far left end of ledge - about 5m left of Cloudstreet. Across jugs to reach corner, up this for a few moves then over bulge and face left of arete. Finish up exposed orange face above with lots of reachy horizontal pulls

25 Sport 30m, 12 Unlink route
22 ** Exile

A sustained multi-pitch up the far left end of the wall, just before the fixed rope scramble. All pitches are well bolted, but higher up there is some loose rock. 1. 20m (22) The holds get smaller the higher you get. At the last bolt drop down and bail left onto arete for a move before going up and right again. 2. 15m (23) Whacky traverse right on bizarre scoops for a several bolts to meet up with Microdermabrasia and then up (crux) to easy ground and belay on small ledge. This can be linked into pitch 1. 3. 25m (22) Through funny upside down corners (past fixd sling) and then follow the bolts and groovy features to belay ledge. 4. 20m (22) Stellar orange rock up thin face to the belay. 5. 5m (18) Optional short pitch to top out if required. Move up and left of final anchors past 2 bolts to big tree belay.

22 to 23 Sport 85m Unlink route
24 * Electra

Some good pitches if the greenery gets cleared. Start: This route actually starts back down on the access track to 'Sweet Dreams' (20m below 'Ben Trovato' Wall). Starts about 10m right of the cable traverse to 'Sweet Dreams' at vegetated corner. 1. 30m (-) Green corner of sorts to ledge and tree. You can skip this pitch by walking up to the base of 'Ben Trovato' Wall and walking L along the wide ledge to the crack. 2. 40m (17) Crack splitting the left side of 'Ben Trovato' Wall, to chimney. Over roof, right onto wall, up through trees then into bottom of gully. 3. 33m (-) 'Gully' to crusty bolt belay on left. 4. 13m (-) Right and up to dead tree. 5. 16m (-) 'Gully' as for 'Ben Trovato'.

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26 ** Milestone Arete

Right facing arête above the right end of the cable traverse to Sweet Dreams (directly below Cloudheat - see topo) Climb the left side of arete, then switch to right side for techy finish.

22 Sport 14m, 7 Unlink route
28 The Road Not Taken - PROJECT PAUL

CLOSED PROJECT - Start up the line of bolts just above the access rope to gain the upper ledge at the left hand side of Bentrovato Wall. Can clip the starting bolt from higher up on the ledge further to the left.

Sport Project 20m, 8 Unlink route

Topo #2797 - Bentrovarto Wall - First Pitches

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Route Grade Popularity Style
6 ** Ben Trovato

Originally done by starting up Collosseum corner, it is 18 this way. But ever since the FA most people have climbed the crack 3m L of CC as the first pitch, which is 20. The rest of the route is several grades easier.

20 Mixed 160m, 3 Unlink route
7 *** Guillotine

The first pitch is perhaps the best easy sport route on the wall and the second pitch is even better!! Link them together and you have one of the best pitches at the grade in the Bluies. You will need a 70m rope and 23 draws (some long), and re-thread at the first belay when lowering off. The route name comes from the frightening flake that fell off when Neil was bolting the first pitch - which is now embedded in the ground at the base. Historically this route has a murky past - the first pitch had a couple of poorly placed rings in already, that Neil pulled out with his fingers (!), whilst the 2nd pitch had been half bolted with carrots by Giles Bradbury in the 90s but then abandoned. Starts 4m left of 'Ben Trovato' at small tree. 1. 20m (22) Stem off tree for a few moves, then a bouldery pull onto the flake to reach better holds. Motor up lovely orange rock to anchor on small ledge. The start can been done without the tree at 23/4, but this makes the pitch less classic. 2. 28m (24) 'Fantastic' climbing. Loads of bolts. Pumper crux at the top and superb rock. WATCH YOUR ROPE LENGTH when lowering back to the belay.

24 Sport 48m, 23 Unlink route
8 *** Marxism

Two pitches of wonderful wall climbing. First pitch is a good single pitch sport route with lower-off, 2nd pitch is a much bigger affair - a 50m wall of sustained edges and slopers, in dire need of rebolting. Start at the 2nd line of rings left of Ben Trovato's p1 crack, starting up tree. 1. 25m (23) One of the best pitches on the wall. Intricate face climbing finding a line of weakness amongst blankness. Clamber up tree for a few metres to clip high RB and horizontal break. Launch onto the wall and weave upwards to triple bolt lower-off. 2. 50m (28) Really awesome climbing on thin edges with a long vertical crux move to undercling a shallow flake! The 10th bolt has been replaced on this pitch (which presumably tells you where the crux is), but the rest are unrecessed rings and potentially bad. There is no loweroffs, so you either have to top out and belay off a tree, or take your chances lowering off a single ring.

28 Sport 75m, 22 Unlink route
9 *** Vespasian's Wall

A very impressive orange face, originally established as a 2 pitch aid route via a bolt ladder up the guts of the wall to the top by John Ewbank in 1964. Mentioned in old guidebooks (including Ewbanks) as "Vespian's Wall" - but was surely meant to be named after the Roman Emperor who built the Colosseum. Soon after bolting it Ewbank's anti-bolt sentiment kicked in and he chopped the bolts. Nearly half a century later, this free version lets you marvel at the relics. Start 5m left of 'Marxism'. 1. 25m (25) Possibly the best single pitch on Bentrovarto wall. Tiny hanging arête to start then right and up amazing sustained wall with crux near the top. Clip the first bolt with a stick, or off a kneebar in the break. Once p2 is open, p1 will be a 33m pitch incorporating an extra 8m of easy ground up left from the current anchor (1 extra bolt). 2. 33m (-) Project - Steps right to the flake/corner left of the guano, then takes the orange streak above the guano. The starting DRB and 4th RB are positioned to re-use old holes drilled by persons unknown (and other holes were patched); they also left 4 or 5 UB holes for ~12m above the belay to a blank dead end, 2-4m left of this pitch. A 70m rope is enough to lower off p2, pull rope, then rap down p1. A 60m might even stretch -

25 Sport 58m, 20 Unlink route
10 ** The Young Violent Pony

Another sustained outing up a slightly overhung wall. Up for 8 bolts then traverse hard left across wall to finish up 'Kizashi' to it's lower anchor. The bolted direct extension up the shallow little pockets will be 'ard and is an open project. Starts 15m left of 'Colosseum Corner' at line of leftward leading rings.

24 Sport 25m, 10 Unlink route
11 * The Old Sleepy Horse

The direct finish to The Young Violent Pony past at least three more bolts and some very thin moves. Finishes on small ledge and lower-off.

28 Sport 26m Unlink route
12 *** Kizashi

Roughly translates as "something great is coming". Thin seam crack that gets harder the higher you go. Never fear, there are no jams - it's all face moves and chicken wing gastos. Starts on the right edge of small chossy cavelet in the middle of 'Ben Trovato' Wall. Currently finishes at first set of double U bolts 3/4 of the way up the wall, the 3 bolt extension to the belay ledge is a open project (28+?). There is also a couple of bolts above the extension on the juggy grey slab above to reach the main ledge - but no pitch above these.

25 Sport 20m, 12 Unlink route
13 *** Kizashi Extension

Ignore the first set of anchors and keep on climbing up the ever thinning seam crack that eventually fades to crimps. Mega.

29 Sport 27m Unlink route
15 *** Sadomastication

Another direct multipitch straight up the middle of the wall. The first pitch is one of the best harder routes at Sublime Point, featuring sustained thin crimping. Starts at FH on left edge of little overlap at ground level. 1. 27m (26) Very sustained face climbing that took Neil several years to do. The red and black face with shallow pockets and flakes. 2. 20m (22) This pitch is best done by moving the belay 10m left to 'Microdermabrasia', or doing a runout climb up to join the pitch at the third bolt. Out right, up a bit then back left to belay on comfy ledge. Contrived in the middle. 3. 25m (-) This pitch is still a project. Feel free to do it! Looks 25ish.

26 Sport 72m Unlink route
16 ** Reigning Steel

Shorter and less sustained than other routes on this section of wall. Step left off block and up face between Sadomastication and Microdermabrasia to premature low anchors. The bolted extension to the ledge is closed project.

23 Sport 17m, 7 Unlink route
17 ** Reigning Steel Extension

The epic 5 bolt extension past the lower anchor to finish up Sadomastication for last 2m. A great mix of crimps and sidepulls with an ever increasing pump to the very end. Hard 25 or easy 26.

26 Sport 27m, 13 Unlink route
18 Steve G's Route

Micodermabrasia for 3 bolts then direct up the wall (via Reigning Steel for 2m) then leftwards on crimps to finish.

28 Sport 25m Unlink route
19 ** Microdermabrasia

One of the more obvious 'lines' on this wall. Three sustained pitches up the guts of the left side of the wall with comfy belay ledges and phat ringbolts. Pitch 1 can be done alone as a great single pitch 23 if you want to lower off. 1. 30m (23) Straight up to the base of the right facing and left leading big flake. Follow this to final tricky layback finish. Best to extend bolts on the right of the flake (60cm+ draws), so that your rope isn't pulled in over the sharp-ish edge of the flake. Belay on big ledge at giant staple bolt. You can lower from here. 2. 25m (25) Balancy start then blast straight up the gorgeous orange wall above with final death by crimp section. Belay on ledge at double rings. 3. 30m (24) Pumpy conclusion up the steep wall and corner above with a baffling reachy thin section down low. Either lower off the double rings just below the top or dirty mantle out to belay from a tree.

25 Sport 85m Unlink route
20 ** Steve & Meg's Route

Sustained thin face left of the Microdermabrasia flake with a left trend. At about 15m it meets the Exile pitch 2 traverse. From here go up via Exile for a couple of moves then take the left trending ringbolts finishing at double double lower-off (this is not a typo!). A more logical (and easier) finish is via Exile.

25 Sport 20m Unlink route
21 Steve G's Project

RBs just right of Exile.

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22 ** Exile

A sustained multi-pitch up the far left end of the wall, just before the fixed rope scramble. All pitches are well bolted, but higher up there is some loose rock. 1. 20m (22) The holds get smaller the higher you get. At the last bolt drop down and bail left onto arete for a move before going up and right again. 2. 15m (23) Whacky traverse right on bizarre scoops for a several bolts to meet up with Microdermabrasia and then up (crux) to easy ground and belay on small ledge. This can be linked into pitch 1. 3. 25m (22) Through funny upside down corners (past fixd sling) and then follow the bolts and groovy features to belay ledge. 4. 20m (22) Stellar orange rock up thin face to the belay. 5. 5m (18) Optional short pitch to top out if required. Move up and left of final anchors past 2 bolts to big tree belay.

22 to 23 Sport 85m Unlink route

Topo #6119

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Route Grade Popularity Style
29 Cloudheat

A good little warm-up - but a little sharp. In the middle of the orange wall is a line of scoops that doesn't quite make it to the ground. Start about 4m to the left of these scoops. Boulder the footless start (and add a few grades) or just stand on the belay bolt to make the first move. Now trend right to the scoops and up them to lower-off. There is also an open project extension equipped by Chris Coghill.

22 Sport 12m, 5 Unlink route
30 ** Climbalot

Pumpy and long. Starts 3m right of the leaning steep corner on the terrace, at low FH for belay. Nice orange wall for 3 RBs to awkward dyno move, then a couple of long moves until a move left into the corner for a couple of metres. Finish right out under bulge and up orange wall.

24 Sport 27m, 11 Unlink route
31 * Weakend Worrier

Steep exposed climbing. Starts off far left end of ledge - about 5m left of Cloudstreet. Across jugs to reach corner, up this for a few moves then over bulge and face left of arete. Finish up exposed orange face above with lots of reachy horizontal pulls

25 Sport 30m, 12 Unlink route
28 The Road Not Taken - PROJECT PAUL

CLOSED PROJECT - Start up the line of bolts just above the access rope to gain the upper ledge at the left hand side of Bentrovato Wall. Can clip the starting bolt from higher up on the ledge further to the left.

Sport Project 20m, 8 Unlink route

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