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Cinema Wall is the obvious open book corner wall with a very large (unclimbed) boulder to its left side. It is the most impressive part of the wall, and the main attraction of the area. The rock is of high quality.

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


Continue along rock platform west from The Terrace

Descent notes

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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Climb up rightward leaning crack on right side of Cinema Wall. Start left of small roof and up to horizontal break. Climb seam past 2 bolts and then arete to finish.

FFA: S. Richardson, 1996

The thin line running right midway from Hey Joe crack.

FFA: G. Brysland, 1990

The crag classic! Climb corner crack to sustained laybacking and jamming. Well protected

FFA: S. Rewell & R. Campbell, 1990

Another classic route following a technical golden vein of fixed hangers. Beware, bolts may be rusted. There are visible rust stains coming out of bolts down rock. May need to be re-bolted,

FFA: S. Richardson, 1996

The crack/flake line at left edge of Cinema Wall.

FFA: G. Brysland & A. Rokich, 1990


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