- Height: 45m
- Bolts: 1
- Pitches: 2
- Ascents: 1
- Description:© (nmonteith)
Attractive line - if you enjoy offwidths and runouts. The only viable route splitting the endless blankness on the far left side of White Wall. The hidden second pitch looks really good.
Start: Locate the major left facing flake crack / chimney about 10m left of 'Panama Canal' back at ground level. The end of the first pitch finishes on the belay ledge for 'Panama Canal'. If you can't find this go back to the gym.
20m (20) Squeeze up behind the huge flake for 5m to ledge. Now layback the wide crack past a rusty BR and then easy but absorbing climbing to a spacious ledge. Some tiny SLCD are useful to protect the moves up to the bolt.
24m (20) Step up from the large boulder and traverse left to the prominent right leaning corner. Station a battalion to take care of dissenters, then push on to the top to plant the flag. A great pitch on perfect orange rock. Seeps in winter.
First Ascent: Kevin Lindorff & Michael Wust, 24 Sep 1983
Located in Sandinista Cliffs approx:
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Route Grade Citations
|20 R||Community registered grade|
|20||A Rock Climbers Guide to the North Grampians|
|20 R **||★★ ACA Route Register|
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