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Great long easy climbing with lots of bolts for the masses. The standard warm up area for "Rick's Cafe" et al...

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Routes

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17 * Roger the Sea Lion Sport 15m

Arcing line just left of arete to solid looking U bolt. All routes from Fat Mark are graded 16.

Start: The first climb on the steeper part of the lower wall

FA: Mark Woodard, 2003

2

Line of bolts that goes up to the same U bolt as the preceeding climb. All Fat marks routes come with the standard grade of 16 so take care until you feel solid on 20 before trying it.

Start: Two to three meters left of Roger The Sea Lion.

FA: Mark Woodard, 2003

3
17 * Diagonal Crack Trad 20m

Up R The D for first three bolts then trend left into the obvious left leading crack. Wires and cams to connect the bolts, finish at the D. rings at the end of the diagonal.

FA: Gavin Murray, 2009

4
19 Puit Damour Sport 20m

Start up DDD for a couple of moves, then move right and up to anchor.

FA: G Hill, 2009

5
21 * Debbie Duz Dishes Sport 25m

Up wall with some thin(ish) moves

Start: Marked

FA: G. Hill

6
20 * Pat Pat Sport 23m

very ceuse...for one reason alone....

FA: 2008

7
20 * Tassi Rabbi Sport 15m

Some cool moves direcly up wall to anchor in cave. The only route that does not goto the top off cliff

Start: In middle of wall

FA: G. Hill, 2000

8

Long enjoyable jaunt up a great wall, gets a little bit pumpy towards the end. The mandatory warmup...

FA: G. Hill, 2000

9
18 * Roger the Hippo Sport 22m

Tricky start, up nice easy face to beautiful orange rock.

FA: Woodard, 2000

10
17 Roger the Rhino Sport 22m

The left most climb on this wall, finishes on shared lower off with preceding climb

FA: Woodard, 2000