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Table of contents

1. The Wall of Sirens 3 routes in Cliff

Summary:
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All Trad

Long/Lat: 175.867474, -38.670702

Description:

You will have to climb into this area via one of the last two climbs on the point, then rappel down to the waterline, build an anchor and climb back out. It is still pretty overgrown with lichen but is good fun.

Approach:

Climb into this area via one of the last two climbs on the point (Park in the Walk, or BMKC), then rappel down to the waterline. Alternatively, accessible by boat.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Rain Dogs

Leftmost finger to hand crack on the wall. User anchors as for Benny’s Magical Koura Circus.

FA: Gerard Tarr, Andrew Scott, Rob Addis, 2012

19 Trad 22m
2 ** Rain Dogs Direct

FA: Rob Addis, Gerard Tarr, 2012

20 Trad 22m
3 Delusions of Grandure

Arange a belay in the long vertical hand crack and climb straight to the top. The friction crux at top is not made easier by the abundant lichen.

FA: Andrew Scott, Emiliano Lardone Casenave Baravalle, Rob Addis, 2012

17 Trad 22m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
17 Delusions of Grandure Trad 22m
19 ** Rain Dogs Trad 22m
20 ** Rain Dogs Direct Trad 22m