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Table of contents

1. Hazards Main Wall (Low Starting Point) 10 routes in Area

All Trad

Long/Lat: 148.322625, -42.143487

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Pooch Slab 9 Trad 350m
2 Pneisses (Direct Start) 19 Trad
3 *** Pneisses
  1. 45m

  2. 40m

  3. 35m

  4. 45m

  5. 30m Crux

  6. 45m

16 Trad 240m 6
4 *** Japhlion
  1. 55m (16) Follow flakes for 20 m then step left and run it out to a pocket full of quartz crystals, then continue to belay near a small tree.

  2. 45m (16) Step left off ledge. Straight up the slab past the overlap. Belay in zen-like cavey scoop on the slab.

  3. 50m (16) Exciting climbing up the slab to an overlap (gear), then follow the gully/crack on the right (staying to its left) to belay in the gully about 15m below the steep corner.

  4. 45m (16) Up to the steep corner (vertical rock? wha-a-at!?) and climb it to a chimney. Get back into slab mode and follow thin crack, tending right to a belay.

  5. 50m (8) Up easy slabs to the top.

Rack - Wires and cams up to BD#4. Small cams (C3s etc) are very useful. Protection could be considered sparse for leaders not confident at the grade.

16 Trad 230m 5
5 Griphon 19 Trad 280m
6 Trustion Rust 18 Trad 230m
7 ** Trustion Rust (Direct Start) 18 Trad 50m
8 What A Crafty Snail 17 Trad 50m
9 The Artistic Fibber 20 Trad 53m
10 The Laughing Jackass 19 Trad 65m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
9 Pooch Slab Trad 350m
16 *** Japhlion Trad 230m 5
*** Pneisses Trad 240m 6
17 What A Crafty Snail Trad 50m
18 Trustion Rust Trad 230m
** Trustion Rust (Direct Start) Trad 50m
19 Griphon Trad 280m
Pneisses (Direct Start) Trad
The Laughing Jackass Trad 65m
20 The Artistic Fibber Trad 53m