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Table of contents

1. Pipeline Wall 22 routes in Cliff

All Boulder
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RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 1

Starting in the chimney on the right. Desperately up the wall using small and slopey crimps

V4 Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
2 2 - The Runnel

Obvious runnel on the right of the wall.

V0 Boulder 4m
3 3

The seam left of the runnel (which is off!)

V2 Boulder 4m
4 4

Starting at the base of the ramp, climb the wall without using the seam. Tricky.

V5 Boulder 4m
5 5

Using the only good set of footholds to the left of the ramp use a single finger undercling and reach, reach, reach for an edge. It helps if you're tall.

V5 Boulder 4m
6 6

Start at the well-brushed (and poor) sloper with your left hand. Desperately up.

V7 Boulder 4m
7 7

Start at the well-brushed (and poor) sloper with your right hand. Desperately up.

V7 Boulder 4m
8 8

Start with your left hand in the slot and lunge for the high slopey pocket.

V4 Boulder 4m
9 * 9

Start with your right hand in the slot and move up via the slopey pocket just right of the layback crack to a higher slopey pocket.

V5 Boulder 4m
10 9. Variant

Holding sloping pocket with L.

V6 Boulder 4m
11 ** Layback Crack

Jam or layback.

V1 Boulder 4m
12 *** Corals

The classic left-to-right traverse starting in the layback crack and going all the way to 'The Runnel'

V5 Boulder 3m
13 Corals R to L V5 Boulder 3m
14 Corals R to L linked into 16. V5 Boulder
15 ** 12

Hold the obvious round pocket with your left hand and reach up to a sloper and nubin then up.

V5 Boulder 4m
16 * 13

Start with right hand on an incut crimp 1/2 left of the layback, left hand on sloper and up.

V2 to V3 Boulder 4m
17 * 14

Start on the slopers and bog on up.

V2 Boulder 4m
18 15

The arete

V0 Boulder 4m
19 ** 16

Starting in the layback flake, traverse left keeping feet low to the arete.

V4 Boulder 4m
20 16. R to L V4 Boulder
21 16. R to L linked into Corals V5 Boulder
22 The Lindfield Traverse - 8

The easiest way across is to bridge across the back of the gully and traverse high on the wall. The hard way is to stay low and link Corals with problem #19

V4 Boulder 8m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
V0 15 Boulder 4m
2 - The Runnel Boulder 4m
V1 ** Layback Crack Boulder 4m
V2 * 14 Boulder 4m
3 Boulder 4m
V2 to V3 * 13 Boulder 4m
V4 1 Boulder 4m
** 16 Boulder 4m
16. R to L Boulder
8 Boulder 4m
The Lindfield Traverse - 8 Boulder 8m
V5 ** 12 Boulder 4m
16. R to L linked into Corals Boulder
4 Boulder 4m
5 Boulder 4m
* 9 Boulder 4m
*** Corals Boulder 3m
Corals R to L Boulder 3m
Corals R to L linked into 16. Boulder
V6 9. Variant Boulder 4m
V7 6 Boulder 4m
7 Boulder 4m