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Long/Lat: 147.979362, -43.120942
- Description:© (deano)
Descent is by a 25m abseil from the top of 'Ancient Astronaught'.
|1||Burning Spear p1||18||20m|
|2||Burning Spear p2||22||35m|
Blunt instrument linked into Burning spear p2
The best way to do the link up is in one long pitch. You can lower on a 60m rope but be careful not to drop it in the sea.
FA: R.Parkyn, G.Phillips, Sep, 1994
|6||Ancient Astronaught p2||20||10m|
Note: the first bolt is currently loose, the rap chains seem pretty lightweight.
R.Eberhard, R.Parkyn, Aug/94.
The Moai Eascape.
A two pitch escape route to get you back up the rap route. Grade 12, 16
|16||The Moai Eascape.||260m|
|18||Burning Spear p1||20m|
|20||Ancient Astronaught p2||10m|
|22||Blunt instrument linked into Burning spear p2||35m|
|Burning Spear p2||35m|