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Around the corner from the main line of problems. This area catches a bit more sun than the other walls. Has loads of great high ball problems. From steep to slabby.

Access issues inherited from The Docks

Drive to Boat Harbour turning down Blanch St. Follow up the hill, straight through the roundabout and after a further 400m at the top of the next rise turn left into Kingsley Drv. On you left down the hill there is a dirt car park.


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Short corner on the left.

Straight up the middle of the small wall, staying right to the top.

The groove

Diagonal crack to a pocket near the top. There are 2 different finishes.

Slabby corner.

The arete on the left of the slab, watch the landing on the top out.

Up the middle of the slab, to mantle on the crimper, head left to top.

Out right after the crimper.

The blunt arete to an exposed finish.

layback flake up to the small ledge,

Straight up the wall passing one bolt before the ledge, then another on the right.

The nice crack. Is almost like doing a route!

The arete just left of the chimney

FA: Jason Piper

Deep chimney with 2 chockstones.

Face just right of the chimney.

High ball blunt arete.

The featured crack with multiple finishes.

The middle of the face.

Just left of the low cave, then up the long wall.

Sit start then up the log wall.

The blunt arete up to a flake at the top.

Sit start the crack.

1m left of the corner, up the face on jugs to the top.

Start in the small corner, then up on easier ground.

the low blunt arete up to the easier wall.

the slab on the far right. Can sometimes be hit by waves.


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