- Height: 82m
- Pitches: 5
- Ascents: 3
Multi-pitch climbing via a series of overhung orange buttresses divided by good ledges. First three pitches complete - top three are still a closed project. Starts 50m left of Theory of Negativity at recessed orange corner with large orange hanging arete high above it. Trad only required on the first pitch - or if you can't place trad you can climb the optional, but not as good, I Don't Place Wigglies 4m left.
(17m, 16) Trad - orange recessed corner with twin cracks. Finish up the left hand corner crack to big ledge and bolt belay. Eats finger to hand size cams and big wires.
(25m, 22, 11 bolts) Up left side of orange wall for a few metres - then traverse right to small hanging corner and onto small ledge. Right edge of this find hidden bolt then up overhung arete which turns into frightening large ironstone jugs. Belay on large ledge. You can rap from here to ground with two 50m ropes.
(15m, 22, 7 bolts) Walk 50m left along shale ledge to bolt belay below big orange wall. Undercut start on jugs then up pumpy face on slots. Belay on small ledge.
(15m, 24) Out, right and up the imposing orange wall and prow with a squillion bolts. Belay on small ledge.
(10m, 15) Juggy steep wall past diving board to cruddy black rock topout. Belay on tree well back from edge
Sublime Point is an old climbing area, with many routes dating from the 1950s and 1960s. Aid and mixed climbing was the fashion then, and the easier routes can be pretty bold for a modern climber. In the last 10 years there has been a lot of well protected sport routes added. This has been seen as controversial by some climbers who consider the crag a 'mixed' climbign venue.
First Ascent: Neil Monteith, Jason Lammers & Chris Coghill, 2012
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