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- Access Issues: inherited from Mt Stuart
Do not park too close to the gate yor car may be moved
During the year the car club holds races on the mountian road. during this time road access is closed.
- Ethic: inherited from Mt Stuart
-Take all rubbish home with you. -Be aware of loose rocks and other climbers who could be below you
15m to the right of 'Mixed Heritage' are 2 cracks 1.5m apart from each other. 'Tampa Proof' is the RH line. Nice climbing with good gear & a sling off a tree takes you to a large belay ledge.
FA: Rik Wittkopp, Paul Davis, 2001
Stiff Upper Lip
6-8 meters R of 'Tampa Proof' is a body width crack with 2 chock-stones down low & a roof before the top-out. Up past the chock-stones taking care not to deck out while slinging the 2nd block. Continue up & left following gear placements to a restin the cave under the roof. A few inventive moves & a crucial camalot #4.5 cam (or equivalent) will see you through the crux to the difficult top-out. All natural, & all bomber gear was the highlight of this climb.
FA: Nathan Walmsley, 2002
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