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This is one challenging high overhang that'll offer some slap happy topping out. Grow a set of brass globus crucigers before attempting this regal crusade.
Approach details soon to come.
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The first area of the crag that Brendon meet up with Dave at. There was much rejoicing between the two as they discovered a crag that would offer so much to the bouldering community.
Discovered by Ranger Dave Archer in July 2013 during the Great Bouldering Boom!