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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityTrad, Sport and Unknown
A crag developed by Dave Barnes and friends earlier in this 21st century. Mudstone that yeilds a handfull of worthwhile routes. Mostly bolted and up to 20m in hight. See Thesarvo for more information.
Climbing With Ants
The butress of rock you arrive at when walking from the bottom. The obvious corner finishing around R of small overhang.
A neat little thing. FH and 1 RB. Tree Belay.
Faith and Politics
Just around the corner from previous climb.
Back on Track
There is a DBB at the top.
The dirty gully come crack with a can embedded in it. Beware of loose rock.
Named after my son. Start as for V but travel up the cracks on R, SLCD and wires. On approaching ledge sling tree on L then head up staying R into steep corner, BR. Head out R onto nose and follow it up passing two RB’s.
Diamond in the Rough
A must do. Start in crack. Up passing wire/friend placements to R side of ledge and a cave. Up the R of the cave and onto slab, FH, to guano stain and base of crack proper, 2.5 SLCD. Up crack passing two more FH’s. Tree belay.
The obvious open book corner on R of main wall. Layback the cool corner passing two RB’s. Traverse R a bit to rest. Up short steep wall, 3 RB’s to ledge. Avoid the big loose block above and up the crack and wall (gear) on its L side to top. DBB.
Start 15m R of main crag.Scramble up to start. Stay on L of wall following the line of holds. Consistently tricky climbing. 5 FH’s. Chain.
Start as for HM. Up HM till third RB then trend up steps L to shallow corner, RB. Up passing three more RB’s to DR's.
The RH arete. A tricky start gets you onto the arête, RB. Pass another 2 RB’s and three BR’s. Don’t chicken off left at end, you can slot a medium wire in the bulge if you need. DR's.
15m R of HM. Considerably harder than it appears. Follow the corner passing two FH’s. Some medium SLCD’s come in handy near end. DBB.
Larson’s Self Portrait
At far Right of the crag is a brushed line 25m R of CC. Follow the wall with natural placements all the way. Tree Belay.
|12||Faith and Politics||10m|
|15||Climbing With Ants||8m|
|Larson’s Self Portrait||12m|
|20||Diamond in the Rough||319m,|
|23||Back on Track||10m|