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A scene of several serious accidents over the past years. The second route ever climbed at the cliff.

  1. An easy hand crack leads to the first of several ledges. Up the line of least resistance to a dark, tight v-groove. Up this with much grunting and difficulty. The gear in the groove is excellent, althought it can be problematic to place due to the tight nature of the chimney, and the positions you can manage to get yourself into! Belay at the top of the pillar.

  2. Up the beautiful hand crack to a ledge system. Up easily to the tree with a rap chain.

Route History:

  • First Ascent: Rick White, Chris Meadows, Nov 1968

Location:  

Located in East of the access track approx:
Long/Lat: 152.622278,-27.982541

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Route Grade Citations

* Tom Kjaer-Olsen
16 * Pocket RockGUIDE: Frog Buttress
17 Principal
17 * * ACA Route Register
17 * Terry Svingen

Route quality

Route quality

Lead Styles

Lead styles pie chart

Comments keywords

challenging hard fantastic good great cool nice awesome scary intimidating feet chimney rest interesting awkward layback weird face crack

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