- Height: 35m
- Bolts: 16
- Ascents: 17
A very proud line with classy climbing that follows TSSS to the anchors, veers R, then straight up aiming for the beautiful orange headwall and arete at the very top of the cliffs. A few things to note: 1. To climb with minimal drag use extenders for last BR and anchors on TSSS. 2. It’s not possible to lower to ground from final anchors using a 60m rope so clean this climb in two pitches or use a 70m rope. Climb named with respect for the peregrine falcons that nest close by, so as much as this is a great climb, it should only be climbed outside of the falcons nesting season.
- Ethic: inherited from Mt Ninderry
Wear a helmet, use a stick clip, be safe and tread lightly and quietly. Be careful of the grass trees and orchids. Don't impinge upon potential trad routes with new bolts. Respect tagged projects and the individuality of existing lines. And please dispose of human waste properly!
First Free Ascent: Jerome Gobel, 2012
Located in Mt Ninderry approx:
Route Grade Citations
Overall quality score: 81%
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