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Table of contents

1. Scoop Wall 10 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
Mostly Sport
Description:

The first section of cliff visible from the carpark. climbing varies from steepness to easy slabbing

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Beit Hadassah

The first climb at the crag. Climb up slab left of crack.

Start: 10m from your car under camo bolt

FA: J Lammers, 2000

14Sport 18m
2 Bearded Lady

the crack right of Beit Haddash to lower off as for BH

Start: 2m right of BH under crack

FA: C Fox, 2000

11Trad 18m
3 * The Occupied Force

Up steeply to lip of roof then over this to rest. continue up wall to anchors

Start: Under roof on ledge in cave 5m right of BH.

FA: The great bear

23Sport 14m
4 Attention Seeker

Start 5 metres to the right of Occupired Force. Punchy start thru some suspect rock, then keep on paddling past plenty of big holds on good rock to airy finish. A bit run-out, make sure you fall in the right places.

FA: C Fox, 2006

20 RSport 20m
5 * No Scoop For You

Up scoop nazi then past two bolts then traverse left and up short flake to easier ground

Start: as for scoop nazi

FA: S Hawkshaw, 2000

24Sport 15m
6 ** Scoop Nazi

easy if you can crimp. Up beautiful wall past thin moves to gain scooped orange wall. lower off under roof.

Start: Under middle of scooped orange face

FA: S Hawkshaw, 2000

24Sport 15m
7 Six Day War 18Sport 15m
8 Seven Day War

A later day extention to Six Day War (18) which makes it all but obsolete. Up burly start and cruise to top of cliff. nice position up high. 3m right of SN off boulder

FA: J Lammers

19Sport 18m, 7
9 Gazpacho

por favor. stick clip first ring and climb short steep wall on jugs. would be great if it were longer.

Start: 2m right of Six day war

FA: S Hawkshaw, 2000

17Sport 8m
10 Failed Diplomacy

climb the steep carck and headwall.

Start: Just left of crack 2m right of gazpacho

FA: S Martin, 2000

20Sport 18m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
11 Bearded Lady Trad 18m
14 * Beit Hadassah Sport 18m
17 Gazpacho Sport 8m
18 Six Day War Sport 15m
19 Seven Day War Sport 18m, 7
20 Attention Seeker Sport 20m
Failed Diplomacy Sport 18m
23 * The Occupied Force Sport 14m
24 * No Scoop For You Sport 15m
** Scoop Nazi Sport 15m