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Long/Lat: 151.179257, -33.768292
- Description:© (Atrax)
Not to be confused the 'The Overhang'.
- Approach:© (Atrax)
To the left and slightly separate from the main crag, an area of overhanging sandstone up off the path
- Ethic: inherited from North Shore
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Lip Traverse from the obvious horizontal break right of the roof all the way along the lip to finish in the wide corner crack.
Starts by underclinging a large flake just right of the big corner crack. Right to a large pocket on the arete and then up.
Contrived. Start: Undercling the large flake and go straight up to a match with both hands in the thin break.
The corner crack.
The best problem on this wall. From the wide corner crack traverse left keeping below the roof to finish at or near the crack.
Centre of the wall, there's an old (ex?) carrot and a drilled pocket. Up and right from here.
As for #5, but haul up left on slightly less dodgy holds
Flake system through the roof
Light coloured scoop further left. Standing start trending left.