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Table of contents

1. Slug Wall 11 routes in Cliff

Mostly Sport

Long/Lat: 175.523349, -38.155951


Slab climbing in the lower grades 14 to 16, with a couple of steeper grade 17 offerings.


From carpark head straight across grassy area to the right, and up the gully. 1 minute walk.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Firebug Pete

FA: James Field-Mitchell, 1998

16 Sport 10m, 3
2 Red Block Chimney

FA: John Smith, 1990

10 Trad 10m
3 Eric

Short, vertical face. Harder than it looks with a ton of bolts.

17 Sport 8m, 5
4 Snarf

FA: Bryce Martin, Dave Garrity, 1990

17 Sport 10m, 3
5 Pyro Pete

FA: David Moorhouse, 1998

17 Sport 18m, 6
6 Ninja

FA: Bruce Culvert, 1991

15 Sport 18m, 6
7 Pyromania

FA: David Moorhouse, 1998

16 Sport 18m, 6
8 Teenage Mutant

FA: Markus Ashton, Ben Ashton, Annette Ashton, 1991

14 Sport 18m, 6
9 Spiny Norman

FA: David Moorhouse, 1998

16 Sport 18m, 6
10 Slug

FA: 1998

17 Sport 15m, 6
11 Firestarter

FA: 1998

17 Sport 18m, 6

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
10 Red Block Chimney Trad 10m
14 Teenage Mutant Sport 18m, 6
15 Ninja Sport 18m, 6
16 Firebug Pete Sport 10m, 3
Pyromania Sport 18m, 6
Spiny Norman Sport 18m, 6
17 Eric Sport 8m, 5
Firestarter Sport 18m, 6
Pyro Pete Sport 18m, 6
Slug Sport 15m, 6
Snarf Sport 10m, 3