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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityUnknown, Sport and Trad
Long/Lat: 175.506565, -38.184440
Four different walls here all on sharp, pocketed ignimbrite. Mostly shorter climbs but enjoyable for a quiet day away from the main crags.
Long/Lat: 175.507684, -38.187372
Good climbs mostly on sharp pockets grades15 to 24. Sun all morning. Whole set of new 16's and 17's added to the far right end.
Grade 18 on left end of River Wall next to azure Pe. Short overhang.
Born to Fly
FA: Tony Sargeant, 2002
Raw bacon and scotch
second pitch to azure Pe
FA: J McKeever, 2003
Great. Slightly overhanging on good holds to mantle up to anchors.
Get your hands off its coates
second pitch of prodigal surfer
Broom Broom Mentality
Up the right side on good holds to move across face to left and thinner moves to anchors.
Won't Be Long
up thru corner and crack to the anchors halfway up.
|12||Recipe Man and the Industrial Opera||24||18m|
|13||Finger Lick in Good||24||20m|
Blind as Bats
No hangers on bolts.
Rapid Stuffed Toys in Lycra
Great climb. Weave up face on thin holds, get over bulge and make way up vertical face to anchors.
Attack of the Killer Oven Gloves
Easy 16 on sharp holds.
Easy. Stay on arete to get full enjoyment.
FA: Bryce Martin, Dave Garrity, 1992
|18||Stuffed Toys with Attitude||21||12m|
|19||Cocoa Kid and the Black and Decker Wimp||16||12m|
2nd pitch of cocoa kids (16). Pumpy overhang to the top
Sport, Unknown and Trad
Long/Lat: 175.504814, -38.183233
Short climbs on sharp rock, mostly vertical. Grades 10 to 23. Good winter crag with full sun all morning. Some routes have old style bolts with no hangers. There is a new small crag further past this wall.
Walk past River Wall along stream to gate.Thru gate to next paddock and head left over brow. Head down to far right corner, thru another gate and Monday Wall is by itself in the middle of the next paddock out left.
Thin climbing up arete. Harder than it looks.
Cruising for a Bruising
Up thru corner onto right faec and to anchors.
Can't Say No to Offers Like This
Nice vertical climbing to big mantle at top.
|8||Take the Money and Run||19||12m|
Small pockets all the way to anchors set further back.
No Work, No Rain, No Worries
Bolts in terrible condition.
Mad Bob's an Englishman
Highest climb on this wall. Goes up face thru the corner up to anchors. Ton of bolts.
|12||Vegetarian Chainsaw Massacre||15||15m|
|13||Running on Empty||17||10m|
|15||Clip, Climb, Crash||15||10m|
|18||One Bolt Wonder||15||10m|
Arete left of Still Crazy crack, to it's anchors. Mainly on the right, but on to left side around half height. 5 bolts, to chain anchors
FA: @andrew1960,@ccrichie,David Offner,@blackab,@f_abe,@alondahari
|9||Beg to Differ||18||15m|
|14||Yertle the Turtle||20||12m|
|15||Flight of the Goodwin||19||8m|
|22||Big, My Favorite Size||24||15m|
|23||Te Ika A Maui|
|29||Le Pmmeaux Du Chieu||20||45m|
Sport and Trad
Long/Lat: 175.506829, -38.188254
Tower right next to road on left of carpark. Shorter new climbs around to west side of wall.
3 minutes walk from carpark.
|1||Suck it and See||23||12m|
Interesting climb back and footing the whole way up chimney, getting out onto face then up to anchors.
Post Funeral Blues
Start right of arete, move over left and straight up on tiny holds the whole way.
Great corner climb following crack to roof, move left then on up to anchors.
Overhang start to short tricky face.