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Description

Wall to (climber's) left of Falling Tom gully, and right of the Iguana Wall. Mostly this corresponds to between the lookout and Falling Tom gully.

Access issues inherited from Mount Nemo

There is a top-roping ban in effect meaning that top-ropes may only be setup by a climber who has led the climb from the ground up. DO NOT SLING CEDARS and pad all other trees when building anchors.

Descent notes

Descend Falling Tom gully and go climber's left.

Routes

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Bolted route immediately right of Guido, left of the HUGE dead tree halfway up. Shares the start with Catch As Catch Can. When you’re level with the base of the dead tree, follow a crimpy line left of the bolts while avoiding the crack. Contrived.

Set by Karl Seidenschmid, 2017

Bolted route immediately right of Guido, left of the HUGE dead tree halfway up. Shares the start with Tall Order. Climb up the tricky start that gives the route the lower grade to the base of the dead tree. Try to avoid using the tree but give in, then follow the crack laying back with partial body jamming. Avoid the loose blocks at bolt 3 and 4, as well as the loose chockstone at the top of the crack as you approach the anchors.

Set by Karl Seidenschmid, 2017

The bolted route right of the huge dead tree halfway up. Hop on the sharp flake to start and follow messy cracks and flakes to the bulging face above. Great movement.

Set by Karl Seidenschmid, 2017

Climb up blocky terrain to an overhanging arete that leads to easier holds. Try to avoid going into the corner and using the tree.

Set by Karl Seidenschmid, 2017

FA: Kirby Schiemann, 2017

Right of The Hunchback. Start behind the tree, and take a delicate start minding the loose rock at the bottom. A tricky start with a tricky roof problem. Fun.

Set by Karl Seidenschmid, 2017

This is the bolted line left of Big O Tree (a bit left of the painted number 13), and is located under the lookout.

This route is equiped with lower off cold shuts.

Between Big O Tree and Ten - D - Nitus is a nice crack which starts very wide and soon narrows down. About mid-way up, avoid the tree from the left. It is possible to lower off the Ten - D - Nitus anchors. The climb protects fairly well.

Bolted line right of the painted number 13, by a large tree. Begin at a left-facing corner, pass a small roof and climb the face to the top. Fun beta-intensive climbing. Might be one of those rare climbs which is harder for taller people.

Short delicate route. Some mank needs rebolting. Anchors.

FA: Danny Guestrin & Tom Balkos, 2011

FA: Karl Seidenschmid, 2015

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