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The first section of the cliff. Routes are described from east to west.

Access issues inherited from Thompson's Cove

Climbing and camping is located in a wilderness area. National Park rangers request you notify them prior and at completion of trip

Descent notes

Laid Back provides a convenient descent option. All anchors require trad gear. THERE ARE NO BOLTED ANCHORS

Ethic inherited from Thompson's Cove

Please adhere to minimal impact camping practices, do not go to the toilet near the stream, and carry all rubbish away with you.


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The easy way to the top.... and bottom

The blank face requiring pure friction.

Short but pleasant line up the obvious clean crack in the low angled corner.

FA: A. Rokich & R. Campbell, 1990

The left trending, shallow groove line 10 m left of Private Eye. Minimum pro, serious lead.

FA: G. Brysland & R. Campbell, 1990

The thin, left trending crack line. Follow crack left and finish up vertical crack. Well protected.

FA: R. Campbell & I. Arnaud, 1990

The corner/crack. Sometimes wet.

FA: C. Taylor & R. Campbell, 1990

Excellent face climbing on delicate holds following line of FH.

FA: S. Aegerter, 1996


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