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Summary

An impressive spire with one significant climb.

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Approach

Head uphill from 'The Fortress' for 500 metres and turn right at the first junction. You'll see the spire across the fence.

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Excellent committing climbing. The shallow crack facing the track. Pre-placing a piece or two on rap would make the start saner. John called it 'The Jism' on aid; Phil shocked us all when it was freed.

FA: Phil Cullen

FFA: John Smart, 1978

A funky start and fun finish sandwich a doddling middle. The crack on the far side of the boulder. Up the rib and crack to the leftward diagonal break. Easily up cracks to a peg. Clip a bolt and up the arete to top.

FA: Pat Butler, 1982

The crack-cum-off-width right of 'Rangehen', finishing at the pillar near its piton.

FA: Adam Blizzard, 1987

Miniscule. The flake-formed crack on the boulder five metres left of 'Rangehen'.

FA: Greg Pritchard, 1982

A short but sweet hand-crack on a boulder 5m left of 'T.V. Glotzen'.

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