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Access issues inherited from Kissing Point

In recent times there has been issues with strand security guards telling people they can not climb here because it is army land... THIS IS NOT TRUE.

Ethic inherited from Kissing Point

DO NOT cross the fence into the army property

Routes

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Contrived, but still good. Smooth face 3.5m L of arête to horizontal crack at 2/3 height. Your last gear goes in here. Now straight up the middle of the face to the top. Don't stray. Belay off chains. Good rock throughout. Repeat ascentionists have placed gear in KC to protect the top, but you won't. Lee Skidmore 30/7/96

The set of twin cracks 2.5m L of arête to small corner in upper section. Great rock. Chains at top. Andrew Rule, Dave Ahmelman, Mark Gommers 4/96

Popular for beginners. Very easy, and a good first lead on natural protection. It is the widest crackline which is located 1.5m L of the arête. Chains at top. Mark Gommers, Dave Ahmelman, Andrew Rule 4/96

Quite good, especially the start. Corner crack 0.5m L of the arête to face crack. Chains at top. Zachary von Kemp, Mark Gommers 4/96

hanger is missing from the 4th bolt

Awesome! Hardest on the cliff, and also the best. One of the only climbs here that isn't a poxy slab! The line of five FH's starting 0.5m R of the arête. A left arm killer! Scott says "If you use the sloping wall on the R you are not climbing the proper route". Chains at top. Scott Bewley 4/97

-KP climbing guide By Lee Skidmore, October 1999 Last updated 24 March, 2000

FA: Lee Skidmore, 1996

up through the thin seams with little placements, then up and over the three roofs

FA: Christopher Glastonbury & Steven Ioannou, 2003

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