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Table of contents

1. The White pinnacle 4 routes in Unknown

Sport and Trad

Long/Lat: 152.225224, -32.419323


At the top of the stairs on the Ted Baker Track

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Hilda

Climb the RH line on the pinnacle, either starting from the right (original) or climbing the seam directly (bouldery but no change in grade) to the first bolt. Steep moves relent to groove and face, with anchors on the left.

FA: David Gray, John Wilde, 2012

22 Sport 12m, 5
2 Johns Project Sport Project
3 * The White Walkers

Hard fingery and sharp start into thin crack then straight up the wall to common anchors

Set by Dan Wilde, 2013

26 Sport 15m
4 North Weston

Climb twin cracks on the NW side of the pinnacle, finishing along the ramp that leads to the double bolt belay of Hilda.

FA: David Gray, Vanessa Wills, 2014

14 Trad 10m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
14 North Weston Trad 10m
22 * Hilda Sport 12m, 5
26 * The White Walkers Sport 15m
? Johns Project Sport Project