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Small section of wall right next to the walking track, about 50m before you get to Shotgun Wall. These routes get shade before Shotgun, so are good for early afternoon.
Quite varied climbing. Bouldery start up seam onto balancy slab/corner. Contort L into finger crack to layoff though bulge, then easier slab climbing to top (station on L). Four FH’s. Please be careful clipping the second bolt, or stickclip it.
FFA: Lee Cujes, Tiny and Paul Botwright, 2005
FA: Lee Skidmore, Tiffany, Paul Botwright , 2005
Matt Schimke 4 years ago|
Erik Smits 7 years ago
Some thin cranking. 1.5m L. Up the broken flake to balancy ledge. Hard moves pulling onto the wall (way hard if you’re short?), then up to station. Four FH’s.
FFA: Lee Cujes, Tiny Botwright, 2005
FA: Lee Skidmore, Tiffany, 2005
Lee Cujes 8 years ago|