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The following routes are found to the right of 'Zinken Wall' and are easily accessed by boulder hop along the beach to the right of Zinken Wall.

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3m to the left of ‘Belayed by a Muppet’, climb the full crag height quartz vein.

FA: D. O’Connor, I. Miller & S. Taggart, 2010

A metre to the right of the ‘Clean Shaven’ Quartz vein climb the slab direct to the summit.

FA: W. Schuessler & I. Miller, 2011

Tip Toe Direct HVS 4c 15m * FA I. Miller, W. Schuessler 14/03/11 A metre to the left of the ‘Belayed by a Muppet’ chimney, climb the slab direct with a steep run out juggy finish.

FA: I. Miller & W. Schuessler, 2011

As you approach the island from Cruit mainland this crag is on your right, on the landward face of the island. In the centre of this dogleg crag, climb the wide groove on big jugs and big gear.

FA: I. Miller, D. O'Connor & S Taggart, 2010

Starting at the corner of the wall, where the crag turns to face the sea. Climb the quartz vein until you can gain the first huge flake jug and follow the flake jugs to the summit.

FA: I. Miller & W. Schuessler, 2011

3m to the right of ‘Neptune's Corner’, climb the vertical crack to the jug on top. Continue trending left up a steep wall of perfect jugs to the summit.

FA: W. Schuessler & I. Miller, 2011

2m right of the vertical crack taken by ‘Nut Crack’, climb the steep wall to gain the recess and climb the overhung corner above to the summit.

FA: W. Schuessler & I. Miller, 2011

4m to the right of ‘Nut Crack’ climb the easy ramp to gain a horizontal break by a long reach, gain the flake above to the top.

FA: W. Schuessler & I. Miller, 2011

In the centre of the wall climb the collection of white flakes.

FA: I. Miller & W. Schuessler, 2011

On the wall to the left of the arete taken by ‘Optical Arete’, there are two full crag height right trending cracks. Climb the left one.

FA: I. Miller & W. Schuessler, 2011

Climb the deep full crag height right trending crack line, to the left of ‘Optical Wall’.

FA: I. Miller & C. Gleeson, 2011

Climb the corner crack up the left of the inverted triangle of white rock and continue up the center of the triangle.

FA: I. Miller & W. Schuessler, 2011

At the end of the non tidal ledge just before it steps down to a wee rock island, climb the juggy arete.

FA: I. Miller, B. Forrest & W. Schuessler, 2011

From the rock island at the far right of the crag, climb direct to the left right trending crack and climb it to the summit.

FA: W. Schuessler, B. Forrest & I. Miller, 2011

From the rock island climb the full crag height right trending crack.

FA: I. Miller, B. Forrest & W. Schuessler, 2011

At the sea ward end of the wall just to the right of ‘Kayakers Krack’, climb the right trending fault and up the bulge above to a jugfest finish.

FA: I. Miller & C. Gleeson, 2011

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