- Height: 20m
- Bolts: 3
- Ascents: 14
The prominent Dyke running up the arete of the spur forming the left wall of Goog Gully. Thin moves to gain the dyke, then easier up dyke to rap station on top
- Ethic: inherited from Evans Crown Tarana
Given the restrictions on new routes, brushing and bolting, new route activity is limited to trad climbing, and the easy lines (and the hard ones!) have long ago been developed, for the most part. The casual visitor is probably advised to stick to the established climbs, there are plenty to go around. Many climbs in this guide are listed as "Sport" in that they are bolted climbs with no natural gear required (or available) - many of these are truly "sporting" with old-school runouts. Some of the "Trad" climbs have little or no protection, and were soloed on FA. Please be careful - top roping is often possible and often the only way to adequately protect a route.
- There is no known route history.
Located in Crown Buttress approx:
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