- Height: 25m
- Ascents: 9
All day sun
Wet in rain
A few meters left of "Dave, Dave, Dave of the Jungle" is a section of vertical to overhanging rock that looks like an upside-down staircase. The route starts up this.
Pull up the upside-down staircase, onto a bit of a platform and a dirty ascent for a few meters, to the base of a wide right-sloping crack full of garden. Proceed up the slab along a small left-sloping crack/seam to the top of this, then angle up and right to a small horizontal, then up and right a bit more to another crack. Up straight from this onto a small vegetated ledge, then up leftwards to the scree field on top of the cliff and a bolted anchor.
- Ethic: inherited from Lac Sam
New routes welcome. Please document them on the crag.
Bolting fine; rap-bolting fine. Please bolt for safe sport or mixed routes. If a route is almost completely bolted, bolt it as sport, rather than leaving just a couple of gear placement needed on an otherwise sport route.
There is lots of rock, try to avoid squeeze jobs.
If something has been climbed on gear, please don't retro-bolt without FA's consent.
First Free Ascent: David Gibbs & Phil Price, 2012
Phil picked out the line and first took a shot at this, pulled the initial overhang and got up past the top of the left-sloping crack, then fell while placing gear, dropping the tri-cams. He lowered to find the gear. David then climbed on Phil's gear to the end of where Phil had place gear (4 placements up), and finished the climb with 3 more placement & the anchor decision.
First Ascent: David Gibbs & Phil Price, 2012
Located in Lower Cliff approx:
Route Grade Citations
|5.7||Community registered grade|
Overall quality score: 42%
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