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5.10d ** The Whinging Wife Sport 15m, 5

Prepare for a devious crux on slopers

FA: Brad Richie, 2006


A bouldery start leads to a high, slabby crux

FA: Brad Richie, 2006

5.10a * Layback and Fake It Mixed 20m, 2

Layback up the massive fin-shaped flake

FA: Brad Richie, 2006


Ascend a short, bolted arête on the left side of the gully. Steep and tricky to on-sight

FA: Brad Richie, 2006

5.7 ** In the Doghouse Sport 12m, 5

Stem and palm widely across the gully

FA: Brad Richie, 2006

5.10c *** More Than Just a Pretty Face Sport 12m, 5

A small corner leads to a flake. Quality!

FA: Brad Richie, 2006

5.10d * Unknown Sport 15m, 7

Bridge and chimney up tree to first bolt high and left. Balancy at the top

US 5.11b *** Free Loader Unknown 25m, 4

This tall face requires good technique. Quality.

Set by Colin Moorhead & John Rosholt, 1997

5.10b * Mister Picklebits Trad 25m

Climb the first of the three smooth, right-leaning cracklines on the slick wall to the right. This one is dirty

FA: Colin Moorhead & Damien Kelly, 1997

US 5.12b *** Coitus Interuptus Unknown 25m

The most striking line on the face follows an obvious diagonal weakness. It protects well, but is challenging to on-sight.

Set by John Rosholt, 1997

5.12b *** The Masses are Asses Trad 20m

The thin seam on the right is more bouldery but less sustained than its left-hand neighbour. The crux is low. Quality!

FA: Andrew Boyd, 1998

US 5.9 *** The Reacharound Unknown 25m

Climb a very deep right-facing corner to a chimney up high. Good quality and easier than it looks.

Set by Colin Moorhead & Damien Kelly, 1997