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Description

Along the northern rim of the gorge are several granite crags. These can be seen from the various lookouts. The first one you will approach as you proceed along the gorge is Dynomight Buttress. No one has been able to find it since then so if you do let me know.

Approach

Eastward, along the north rim of the gorge to the first granite outcrop approx. 200m. past a large gully, descend a minor gully (marked with two pieces of tape on fence) about 20m. then traverse east below upper tier. There are three obvious lines. Two have been completed.

Routes

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1
20 Incremental Creep Trad 15m

Start; A superb layback crack, starts on a ledge 5m. up.

FA: Paul Bayne & Brian Birchall, 1982

2
20 Dynomight Trad 12m

Start: The finger crack through steps.

12m. Up crack through the overhanging steps and join the line to the right at half height.

FA: Paul Bayne & Brian Birchall, 1982