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Description

Reached approx 20min before the end of the track, adjacent to the ephemeral pond

Routes

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1
17 Baudin Trad 20m

Left-most crack at top of crag. Climb out using second pitch of skyborne

2
18 A1 Skyborne Trad 60m

Hand crack 2 lines across from Baudin. Last couple of metres of p1 aided on first ascent. P2 climb corner, moving R to avoid chimney, into crack with axe-head at top.

3
18 Mindfire Trad 65m

Climb left wall of large chimney to L of Shells of Rheban. Not visible from other side of valley.

4
19 Shells of Rheban Trad 70m

The obvious 50m splitter crack viewed from the other side of the valley, finishing on a ledge 3/4 up the cliff, then scrambling out. Hands to fist.

5
16 Hellfire Trad 70m

Long corner line next to Shells of Rheban. Climbs past a dagger-shaped flake on the second pitch.

6
17 Hoorayfabob Trad 70m

Left-facing corner to the right of Hellfire. Awaiting a direct ascent. Climb 15m up Hellfire and belay before traversing onto line.

7

About 20m downhill from Hoorayfabob, the pinnacle is separated from the main cliff by a narrow chimney. Starts off broken slabs and rock to R of pinnacle. Rap off slings on top.

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The Jim Area
4
1
27m
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150m

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22 *** Hero to Zero Trad 150m

Starts about 60m aboveground in the amphitheatre on the far right of the cliff. The amazing splitter crack line just to the right of the double-offwidth crack on the left side of the amphitheatre. Climbed as 4 pitches with 2 hanging belays: 20 (30m), 19 (30m), 22 (40m), 18 (50m). Take 4x BD cams 2, 3 & 4, single rack otherwise.

FA: Dave James, Topher, 2014