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The wee little boulder with the crack capped by a tiny rooflet.
- Access Issues: inherited from Mt Yarrowyck
95% of the climbing at Yarrowyck is located on private property, but the land owner is a climber and has granted access to all climbers anytime. Please do not leave garbage around, leave gates as you find them and do not harass stock. Climbing at Yarrowyck is a privilege, not a right.
The other 5% is located on National Park land along the trail to the Aboriginal Rock Art site.
GB3 Tim's Bum
GB2 The sound of one hand slapping
Same as gordo's bloc but with direct finish
Sit start in crack, up under roof then very burly like, get out from under roof to a very long reach to an edge, then up.
Todd Free 3 years ago|
A1 Angela's mantle
Impossible! Mantle on large edge at head height.
|5||A2 Tim's poxy problem||V5||4m|
|V0||GB3 Tim's Bum||3m|
|V5||A2 Tim's poxy problem||4m|
|GB2 The sound of one hand slapping||3m|
|V6||A1 Angela's mantle||4m|