- Height: 160m
- Bolts: 8
- Pitches: 4
- Ascents: 20
Probably the longest route possible at Mount Frankland. Useful to reach The TerraceThe first pitch is a good access route to The Terrace.
48m (16): Straight up past 5 bolts and natural gear to DBB and rap anchor on The Terrace.
27m (14): From left side of The Terrace, climb straight up for 3m to a bolt then traverse left along weakness towards and obvious indentation. Move up to another bolt, and continue up slightly leftward to belay on left side of Wreckage Ledge (using single bolt + natural gear).
50m (10): Straight up, trending slightly left for 50m. Belay in a convenient crack. All natural gear.
35m (4): Solo to top
First Ascent: D. Moyses, M. Gidding, D. Wagland, G. Phillips & K. Langley, 1991
Located in Lower Slab approx:
Route Grade Citations
|16||Community registered grade|
|16||South Coast Rock: A guide to rock climbing on WA's south coast|
Overall quality score: 49%
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