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Again, high. Not the greatest of landings

© (Atrax)


Obvious bay left of 'Abseil Wall'

© (Atrax)

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V4 ** 1 Boulder 5m

Thin moves up the black wall just left of the arete.

V5 2 Boulder

High, thin, airy, scary.

V4 R 3 Boulder

The left side of the black wall. Still thin but apparently jug heaven compared to problem #2

V1 4 - Corner Crack Boulder

Wide Corner Crack to small roof

V5 R 5 Boulder

Middle of the wall left of 'Corner Crack' on small crimps

V3 R 6 Boulder

Climbs the curving feature to the left till it runs out, then crimps on the right face

V1 7 - Wide Crack Boulder

The Wide Crack

V4 ** 8 Boulder

Centre of the wall, aiming for the ironstone crimps high in the middle. Very, very good.

V1 9 Boulder 4m

Flake system just right of the arete

V1 10 Boulder 4m

The juggy arete with an awkward start on the left hand side


A tough part of the Lindfield Traverse