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Description

A bit further on past the "The Mullock Heap"

Routes

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1
Project Wogdog 8 Sport Project 12m, 8

Takes the obvious seam on orange rock under the large roof.

2
23 *** Five Star Dreams Sport 14m, 8

Start as for PW 8. Takes the right hand line up the lovely orange wall. Tough start into the seam, after the third bolt step right and climb the wall.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2012

3
20 Rough, Raw and Ranting Sport 18m, 11

Start just left of a wide crack in a corner 8m before Wicked Ways. Climbs the grey wall under a large, chossy cave on good rock, then through the roof and little corner to anchors.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2012

4
18 * Wiggle Room Sport 16m, 9

Start at the wide crack in the corner. Batman the start to avoid an unpleasant grovel in the undercut offwidth (The batman start has been eliminated, might be a little harder). Once over the undercut, climb the grey slab on great rock to a ticky move before the roof.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2012

5
16 Wicked Ways Sport 15m, 6

Starts at the undercut chimney about 60m right of Money Shot. Tackle the awkward start and bridge to gain the right wall then on to the top.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2012

6
Project Wogdog 6 Sport Project 16m, 11

Starts at a steep crack and the right end of the last steep rock of this sector.

7
Project - Bundy prou Sport Project 22m

Up tube to break then diagonally left under big roof and up on exposed jugs to anchors.

FA: Project - Jason Lammers

8
21 ** Flight of the Fucktards Sport 22m, 9

Start at right end of cave. Climb up on jugs to exciting move thru the roof.

FA: Jason Lammers, 2012

9
16 Macmillan Madness Sport 12m, 7

Takes the arete and wall 1m right of the little corner. Pretty nice wall !!

FA: Bob Macmillan, 2012

10
19 * Booty Call Sport 12m, 8

Start 10m right of Macmillan Madness and around the corner. Climb the wall to a ledge, then slab and roof to anchors.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2012