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Summary

Mostly Slab. There is some crack climbing as well. There is a rope that can be used to get to the top of most routes beside "Kids and Old Guys"

Description

There is no guidebook for this area yet, however there is a strong climbing community present bolting, setting routes and maintaining access routes. For more information contact members of the Harrison Bluffs Climbers facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/165864703438429/

Treat all grades with suspicion, older climbs may be sandbagged

Approach

Carpark is about 30 seconds from all the most popular climbs. Park in front (but not blocking) of a yellow gate immediately north of the golf course. Follow the road, over a bridge to the second powerline tower. The path to the main crag is on the other side. Kids an Old guys will be the first route you see.

Routes

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Follow crack on arete

Great climbing on the arete left of Where in the World is Carmen Pelligrino, all bolted until the chains.

Begin right of the 4 bolts (the only part of the lower wall with features). You may want to protect the beginning with a small cam - but this will increase drag later. You can choose to finish on the chains directly up from the fourth bolt (new finish) or left and up (old finish)

This start is less risky

Follow arete throughout

Follow midget love until a bolt around the arete. Traverse right and finish on Great Expectations.

Start on "Great Expectations (left finish)" until the first bolt of the wall. Traverse left and finish on "Midget Love".

Climb up the crack until it runs into an overhanging rock. Climb up the left side of the overhang.

Original route, but the left finish is more fun.

There is a drop rope to the right of this climb for easier access to Pig Pen and Sleeping Princess

A sweaty yet rewarding crack climb. Chicken wings are a must!

Reached via Kids and Old Guys or The Puzzle (with boulder traverse). Alternatively use drop rope.

Lovely fist crack

Reached via Kids and Old Guys or The Puzzle (with boulder traverse). Alternatively use drop rope.

Risky

Around the corner to the right from Wildcat. Start up a giant layback flake next to a big mossy tree. Then follow the glorious finger crack to the chains. Couldn't find the actual topo so the grade is just my guess.

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