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Table of contents
- 1. South Sister 43 in Crag
- 2. Index by grade
Unknown and Sport
Long/Lat: 148.174946, -41.533148
6 good sport climbs and assorted trad
Park at the last u bend before the car park at the main south sister area, follow the thin track towards the obvious rocky outcrop, climbs start at the first face then follow around the north of the crag.
The first sport route you see, on the part of the buttress facing the ocean. Nice climbing up a sharp layback flake to DBB. Rock is a bit suspect and rock around last U bolt has half broken away.
FA: A Mason, N Hancock, 2011
Slice n Dice
This short route, on the pillar below LS, packs a real punch. Slap and span your way up the opposing aretes. Take care clipping. DBB.
FA: N Hancock, A Mason, 2011
|4||Exit Stage Three||17||25m|
Turn the Page
An excellect route, up the sustained off vertical arete at the left side of the main north facing buttress. DBB.
FA: N. Selby, A.Mason, 2003
|11||Judgement Over the Dead||18||24m|
All Most 27
Follows vague arete on right side of main buttress. Improves with height. DBB.
FA: N.Selby, A.Mason, 2003
The Grand Final Addition
A variant of AM27, up a shallow bridging corner right of that route.
FA: N.Selby, A.Mason, 2003
Slice of Life
Unknown and Trad
|3||Small Beers and Thin Books||19||22m|
|4||Lawyers, Guns & Money||19||22m|
|5||The Way We Were||17||22m|
|7||Bischoff and Wing's Original||18||22m|
|8||Knee Deep in Gore||20||22m|
|11||Have Hans, Will Jam||18||18m|
|12||Just Slipped In||17||22m|
|13||Emptiness, Eagles, & Snow||20||18m|
|14||Pleasure in the Pain||19||15m|
|1||The Ho Chi Min Trail||17||45m|
|2||Tin Pan Alley||18||45m|
|1||Tea Pot Crack||16||27m|
|2||Red Light Jam||18||20m|