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Long/Lat: 175.688196, -38.285659
This is the furthest wall along the track. It is home to a few of the newer hard climbs at Wiapapa.
Walk left from the main cliff down through a little gully with a rope ladder. Wall is about 30m past this.
Up the short left-facing corner to the roof, then the face above. Not so easy if you can't layback...
FA: Bryce Martin
The left leaning groove/corner feature with tenuous moves that keep you thinking.
FA: Jamie Baron, 2011
Up the blank and rounded arete. This leads to a rest and then another crux on the steeper wall above.
FA: Jamie Baron, 2011
Start up the corner right of Immortality. Stroll up to the bulge. Up through tricky steep section(crux). Sustained climbing to the anchor.
FA: James Field-Mitchell, 2012
Mantle the low ledge then head up and across the slab to corner. Transition from corner to face then climb the face to the belay.
FA: Jamie Baron