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Long/Lat: 151.203192, -33.849903
Just 20 or so meters from the left side of the Life Aquatic wall, this smallish cliff boast 6 sweet technical problems incorporating all manner of high kicks, super human pinches and some bad ass out of sync voice overs!
Panda's are not welcome...
Hit the Life Aquatic Wall, walk left from the last part of the face (with the large cave above) until the cliff line takes better form (not so staggered and crumbly). Begin your ancient nose breaking art!
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start just left of the obvious black streak as the wall begins to go vertical
Slab style, with some deceptive, flakey holds. Move up and to the left to finish along the shared ledge hold of PFTS and MM. Good for a warm up or cool down.
Piked From The Start
Inspired by a Pike - 'flying through the air with both legs and arms pointed in one direction" Lay back the first move just left of Easy Up and move straight up to end slightly left along sandy ledge. Fun moves.
Jesus is Lord
Start as for Easy Up. Traverse left keeping low. Finish up Fingers Full of Steel.
Regardless of whether you have been "born from an egg on a mountain top" You'll no doubt enjoy this problem. Start on the face covered in features, which juts out the most. Move straight up the defined holds to the same sandy ledge that Easy Up and Piked From The Start finish on (right above you). For best Kung Fu practice climb back down in reverse.
No using magic clouds...
Open Project 1
Starting just left of Monkey Magic, on the wall right of the obvious vertical crack line (Fingers Full of Steel), Use the angled crimpers, while avoiding the holds of Monkey Magic and climb up the face, scarce with holds. Finish with both hands on the sandy ledge common to the other climbs
Fingers Full of Steel
Start in the Vertical Crack and use it to get up and under the chossy roof. Use the crack all the way for best results.
Open Project 2
Sit start on wall just left of the vertical crack line. Without using the crack move up and under chossy roof. Balance required!
Super fun, challenging climb. Sit start left of vertical drill line, using two gaping holes. Move right and up to finish with your head touching the manky roof. Pivoting, smears, laybacks and slaps makes this a truly intricate, technical climb.
If you don't mind Beta - check out this 3 star wonder here - http://youtu.be/81_X2kNe1Xo
|4||Jesus is Lord||6m|
|Fingers Full of Steel||3m|
|Piked From The Start||3m|
|?||Open Project 1||3m|
|Open Project 2|