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Description

Some nice little problems on this wall.

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Approach

Immediately left of 'First Wall' is the common descent for this area. To the left of that is a vertical wall with prominent breaks and a big crack towards its left hand end (Problem #9)

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Routes

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1
V4 1 Boulder

Traverse the little wall from right to left. Stay below the top. This is the hard extreme right hand start of The Lindfield Traverse

2
V1 2 Boulder

To the left of traverse #1's block is a small buttress. Climb this directly without using the sides

3
V0 3 Boulder

On the wall proper, layback the right arete

4
V3 4 Boulder

Right hand in the big sidepull pocket, feet up high and dyno for the top

5
V4 5 Boulder

Undercling the breaks to the left of problem #4, and either crimp or dyno to glory

6
V5 ** 6 Boulder

1/2m to the right of the obvious discontinuous crack feature is a small pocket. Off this to very crimpy stuff above

7

Excellent little problem, up the obvious hanging crack

If you can jamb, there is a bomber finger lock, if you're a Gym Junkie - have fun!

8
V2 8 Boulder

Crimpy stuff to the left of Discontinuous crack

9

It's a crack so try to jam - if you can't jam you can use use the holds on either side of the crack

10
V1 10 Boulder

Left of the big crack, on positive edges and pockets

11
V2 11 Boulder

The left arete of 'Walkdown Wall'

12

The most common start for the Lindfield Traverse is problem #3. Move left staying low. Move slightly higher at the arete for the second section of the traverse