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This obscure 'gem' can be found on the way, 20 metres to the left of the road, just before the gate. It is a short curving hand crack on a boulder.
FA: Phil Georgeff, 1984
The short hand crack in the main group, facing the road.
FA: Adam Blizzard, Mike Peck (solo), 1987
The first crack and flake to a bolt belay, on the next boulder. Climbed in a blizzard.
FA: Adam Blizzard, Mike Peck, 1987
The layback flake five metres right of '
FA: Mike Peck, Adam Blizzard, 1987
Up the thin crack five metres right of 'Snowflake', right up to a flake and finish up the slab on the right.
FA: Adam Blizzard (solo), 1987
The short corner on the back of the boulder. Up to a block, then easily up the mossy slab to the top.
FA: Mike Peck (solo), 1987
On an isolated boulder down from '
Small Pox'. Steeply up to first bolt (crux) then follow the groove past another bolt to a single bolt rap station. Bolted by persons unknock.
FA: Phil Georgeff, Rebecca McLeod, 1996
No Stone Unturned
On the right-hand side of the road. Climb the easy crack and gully.
FA: Mike Peck, Adam Blizzard (solo), 1987