- Height: 140m
- Pitches: 4
- Ascents: 116
- Description:© (Trent)
A great, easy multipitch route although pro is pretty sparse in places. A good initiation to Tibro multipitches. Can be done in three pitches with 50m rope.
Start: About 30m R of Ishoni at big corner/gully. Marked 'BO'.
20m (7) Very easily up gully on big jugs and good pro to ledge and TB.
20m (10) Up slab (right of ledge) to mount short wall (crux), onto slab & up this (R) with little pro to big ledge & tree belay.
25m (4) Climb up edgy slab in an exposed position with no protection until it curves back left & you reach a tree-lined ledge. Scramble up L to the top of the ledge & belay from the small tree pinned to the wall. (Some choose to run pitch 2&3 together, beware that you may be out of earshot of your belayer.)
40m (10) Bridge up outside of chimney (crux), which is better than it looks (ample gear), traverse L along ledge, then up to top of gully, & easy slab & tree belay.
15m (3) Up very easy slab to big tree in Cave 3 (or belay from tree below cave). (Some choose to run pitch 4&5 together, on a 60m-70m rope, be aware you may be out of earshot.) Finish up the 'Caves Route', or descend via rap station at mouth of Cave 1.
- Ethic: inherited from Glasshouse Mountains
Modern climbers establishing new routes have taken great pains to ensure any new routes do not interfere with the historic routes established many decades ago.
Retro-bolting of existing routes is unacceptable!
New routes shall make use of traditional protection where available.
First Ascent: Sid Tanner & Andrew Spiers, 24 Jul 1969
Located in Desperation Wall approx:
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