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Summary

Sheltered climbing to escape the heat

Description

Nice climbing, characteristic of the region, a very nice setting in a canyon and a tunnel leading out. Routes are labelled by name.

Approach

From Sleeping Roof part of Sleeping Wall, follow a trail to the left for 200m. You will see the rocks on your right, and you can enter through a tunnel. There is also a more scrambly approach before this which you may inadvertently take.

Routes

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Grade Route

Inside the canyon, left of the tunnel

1
6a Living on the Edge Sport 18m, 6

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

2
6b Oh La La Sport 18m, 7

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

3
5c to 6a Bee Nest Sport 18m, 8

Grade 5c to first anchor. Can continue past anchor and one more bolt to the next anchor, grade 6a

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

4
5b Snoopy Sport 10m, 5

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

5

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

Through the tunnel

6
5b Chimney Gym Sport 12m, 5

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

7
5b I Like It Tight Sport 12m, 5

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

8

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

Inside the canyon, right of the tunnel

9
6a Camp 4.20 Sport 16m, 7

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

10
6a Arne the Viking Sport 16m, 7

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

11
6b Hey Joe Sport 15m, 6

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

12
6c+ France Connection Sport 15m, 5

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

13
6b+ No Wonder Sport 15m, 5

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

14
6b+ Hope is Born Sport 15m, 5

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

15
6b+ Let's Rock Sport 12m, 4

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

16
6b+ Wishful Thinking Sport 10m, 5

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

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