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Access issues inherited from Mount York

Various gullies may be closed for remediation work at various times. Echo gully currently closed - Autumn 2016.

Ethic inherited from Mount York

Many and varied, please try to respect them all!

Retro-bolting has occurred several times over the years and is generally condemned and dealt with swiftly.


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Start: To the right of PTJ, left of the arête. The next few routes are heavily used by commercial operators!

FA: B.Blunt & J.Lorinez, 1974

Cruxy undercut start 5m L of the crack. A #5 camalot will help up high but its still not the safest lead.

FA: B.Donaldson, 1983

FA: R.Vining, 1974

Has seen a few fatalities, and not a great choice if its at your limit because you have to fiddle to get gear in the middle of the hardest climbing to protect a runout. A #5 camalot will help up high. Belay off UBs near the tree roots and on the boulder, not off the tree.

FA: W.Williams & L.Thompson, 1974

Up the crack as for Crackle then veer R under the roof. Dangerously underprotected through the middle section (...1 bolt here would turn this into one of the better routes at the grade). A #5 camalot helps up high.

FA: J.Lorinez, 1974


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