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Grade Route Style Popularity
8 Running Crack

First corner-crack on L. side of cliff.

FA: Jeff Boyton & Greg Smith, 1976

Trad 10m
13 Maherie

'There are routes and there are routes - but this is not one of them. It will surely land on the packs in years to come'. Loose. Start about 2m R. of RC. Move up L. and scale loose rock to perch yourself on person-sized, loose flake. Continue up even looser line above.

FA: Wayne Maher, Glen Donohue, Iain Sedgman & Andrew Webb, 1984

Trad 10m
10 Solo Crack

Corner R. of Running Crack.

FA: Jeff Boyton & Greg Smith, 1976

Trad 15m
10 January Crack

Corner R. of Solo Crack.

FA: Jeff Boyton & Greg Smith, 1976

Trad 20m
14 Mossy, Too

Start in crack system just R. of arête between January Crack and Carcinogenic Cloud. Crack until arête can be gained.

FA: Derek Rempe & Robert Cowan, 1996

Trad 30m
10 Carcinogenic Cloud

Corner R. of January Crack.

FA: Jeff Boyton & Greg Smith, 1976

Trad 30m
16 Greg's Climb

Start marked. Corner R. of Carcinogenic Cloud. Crack and wall above.

FA: Jeff Boyton & Greg Smith, 1976

Trad 40m
19 Falcon's Lair

3m R. of Greg's Climb is ledge 3m off ground. Boulder to ledge and climb corner to roof. Step R. to gain beautiful finger crack. Wall.

FA: Robert Cowan & Derek Rempe, 1996

Trad 40m
15 The Rock Face Route

A classic climb and the first done at The Rock. Start marked.

  1. Scramble to corner crack which give access to R. sloping ramp. Climb ramp which runs to large ledge. Belay on ledge.

  2. Traverse L. along ledge and round buttresses to reach exposed eagles-nest-like stance where ledge terminates.

  3. From stance climb crack, then veer slightly R. to escape wall and face (crux).

Exposure is grade 15 on its own.

FA: Jeff Boyton & Shane Burkett, 1971

Trad 120m 3
15 M3 The Rock Face Direct

The Rock's original 'big wall' climb. Start marked.

  1. Cracks to ledge

  2. Aid thin crack which arches L. to join main crack/chimney line.

  3. Chimney-crack.

FA: Jeff Boyton & Andrew Hedley, 1974

Aid 65m 3
13 Mossy

Start marked. Line of least resistance up mossy slab on R. side of face.

FA: Jeff Boyton & Andrew Hedley, 1974

Trad 40m

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