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Located further left of The Cinema Wall there is more climbing, and probably even more first ascents to be had!

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 past the large boulder on the left side of The Cinema Wall, along a narrow (and slippery) sloping ledge.

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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Find the big obvious crack next to a very pointy boulder on the west facing cliff. It doesn't look overhung, but it is. It looks smooth, but it isn't. Just follow crack until you start to bleed, Continue to loose blood, and when you can't possibly loose any more blood, continue until you reach the top. Tape recommended.

FA: A. Pitchford, 1991

Starts about 15 m left of Cheezgrater. Climb short chimney, 3 m right of obvious corner crack. Move right and follow the vanishing crack line to slabby finish.

FA: G. Brysland & I. Arnaud, 1990

Start 2m left of chimney and climb face, past four bolts to roof and go right to top out.

FA: S. Aegerter, 1996

Start as for Zeepaard, but go straight over the roof directly.

FFA: S. Aegerter, 1996

Scramble down the easy (?) low angled slab to reach the level below Phoenix Wall

The lay back corner crack on the left of the low angled descent slab.

FA: M. Sales, 1991

The short lay back corner crack in the back left hand side of the mini amphitheatre

FA: R. Campbell & A. Rokich, 1990

The face and thin crack cline

FA: A. Rokich & R. Campbell, 1990

The left hand corner crack

FA: A. Rokich & R. Campbell, 1990

The short crack 6 m left of Squiggle.

FA: R. Campbell & A. Rokich, 1990


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