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A single steep orange wall once visited by mysterious bolters who gridded the top with U anchors as well as sparsley placed them down some of the climbs. Some of the anchors were lacking glue but most of them are fine. The bolts over the top should be ignored as there are now double rings on the tops of most climbs.
Useful Info: 'Access' the cliff by walking to the edge and walking right facing out for about thirty meters. Look for a slot chimney with green rungs in it.
Drive past the turn off to Thompson's Point and the University and continue past the reservoir and down the hill. As you come out of the little valley at the bottom of the hill there is a house on the right and the turn off almost immediately opposite to the left up YALWAL road. Follow this up until the road goes under the power lines. Further along an open area appears on your right about the size of a football field and sometimes populated by dead cars. Turn into this and drive to the back side and just right of centre. There will be a small dirt track heading off from this clearing for 70 to 90 meters at the end of this park. To go another 20 meters further you would drive straight over the cliff. Can be seen on aerial maps as a large orange patch off a straight section of dirt road.
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