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From the lower tier follow the main trail uphill another 5 minutes to the base of the upper tier.


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First climb to the left. Start with glued holds and up the steep face

FA: Dave Mcleod, 2010

Start up the broken rock left of the corner groove to the base of the steep crack. Make a hard pull up and left then straight p on small holds avoiding the loose rock on the left.

FA: Brian Hall, 2011

A great little climb up an open book corner with an interesting finish where Dave had to use some kiwi engineering.

FA: Dave Mcleod, 2011

Start by climbing up a steep section right of an arete then up the tricky face.

FA: Dave Mcleod, 2011

A fairly consistent climb that is better than it looks

FA: Dave Mcleod, 2007

Crimpy and technical face climbing. Use the first 2 bolts of the previous climb to step on the short black slab.

FA: Guillame Charton, 2008

Tricky roof climbing where technique and strength are required. First hangers are missing.

Set by Ian Binnie, 1990

The name says it all! Nice climb going through a small roof. Use long draws to avoid rope drag.

Set by Ian Binnie, 1990

Start left of the boulder. Clip first 2 bolts to access the head wall. Watch out for loose rock.

Set by Craig Biggs & Pete O'Connor, 1995

(Was the) Easiest climb on this wall. Cruise and well protected.

Set by Ian Binnie, 1990

Nice climbing up the wall with lots of bolts. Prepared by Spoon, finished and climbed by Martin Hawes.

FA: Dave Mcleod

Climb the ledge to clip 1st bolt. Straight up to the 4th bolt then left. Beautiful and consistent climb.

Set by Martin Hawes, 2008

Climb two wide ledges to scale the head wall, a last tricky move like a sting in the tail allows you to reach the belay.

Set by Pete O'Connor, 1995


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