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Table of contents

1. Wall of Fate 23 routes in Cliff

Summary:
JFMAMJJASOND
seasonality
Trad and Sport
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 The Root

FA: DaveGarrity,CraigMartin,ElsieLemordant, 2000

18 Trad 25m
2 * No Country For Young Men

An adventure. Up and right from the start of The Root, then a committed move rightwards will establish you in the wide groove (crux). Jam your way up the crack to the pine tree, sling it, then climb the right side of the tree until you can regain the rock. Continue up past the next tree following the right-hand crack system (don't escape left to The Root anchors), until you reach a single bolt just below the DBC anchor. Take a wide range of cams, nuts and slings. You can rap off on a 60m rope.

FFA: Bryce Martin

18 Mixed 33m, 1
3 * Billy Bold

FA: Bryce Martin, Craig Martin, 2000

17 Trad 12m
4 ** Quarry Climbing 19 Mixed 12m, 2
5 * Real Rock 21 Mixed 25m, 2
6 Sidewinder 18 Mixed 22m, 4
7 Penny Lane 19 Trad 25m
8 * Finger of Fate 17 Trad 25m 2
9 * Perfect Light 21 Mixed 25m, 5
10 * Lats Rule Thinking 23 Mixed 30m, 9
11 * Scavenger 24 Mixed 30m, 9
12 ** Robin 23 Sport 18m, 7
13 * Batman 27 Sport 18m, 6
14 * Theropod 27 Sport 18m
15 Fossil Free Zone 23 Sport 18m
16 * Name Game 21 Sport 20m, 7
17 * Lock 'n' Load 24 Sport 10m, 4
18 Lock 'n' Rock 25 Sport 10m, 5
19 Stealing Dad's Rack 17 Trad 15m
20 Its Not the Size 20 Sport 9m, 3
21 * Grit Pike Thin 19 Trad 15m
22 Forever 22 in the Gym 18 Trad 15m
23 Natural Progression 25 Sport 15m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
17 * Billy Bold Trad 12m
* Finger of Fate Trad 25m 2
Stealing Dad's Rack Trad 15m
18 Forever 22 in the Gym Trad 15m
* No Country For Young Men Mixed 33m, 1
Sidewinder Mixed 22m, 4
The Root Trad 25m
19 * Grit Pike Thin Trad 15m
Penny Lane Trad 25m
** Quarry Climbing Mixed 12m, 2
20 Its Not the Size Sport 9m, 3
21 * Name Game Sport 20m, 7
* Perfect Light Mixed 25m, 5
* Real Rock Mixed 25m, 2
23 Fossil Free Zone Sport 18m
* Lats Rule Thinking Mixed 30m, 9
** Robin Sport 18m, 7
24 * Lock 'n' Load Sport 10m, 4
* Scavenger Mixed 30m, 9
25 Lock 'n' Rock Sport 10m, 5
Natural Progression Sport 15m
27 * Batman Sport 18m, 6
* Theropod Sport 18m