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Table of contents

1. The Main Cliff 11 routes in Cliff

Trad and Sport

Long/Lat: 168.963336, -44.653664

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * The Nutty Professor 19 Trad 20m
2 ** Senstra Dextra

FA: Calum Hudson

20 Trad 20m
3 ** The Big Corner 14 Trad 17m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
4 *** Headbangers Arete

This is a classic sharp arete, with fairly sustained climbing up nicely textured rocks. All bolts are well-spaced. Some holds are a little shiny from use.

FA: murray ball

17 Sport 20m
5 * After Burner

FA: chris hughes

18 Sport 14m
6 Do I Have To 13 Sport 12m
7 * Thin and Germanic 22 Mixed 15m, 3
8 Wasted On the Wing 14 Trad 15m
9 The Straight Up The Face Route 19 Sport
10 Quite Nifty

FA: Ed Nepia

12 Sport
11 The Visionary

Left of 'Do I Have To?'. Starts up face in corner using Quartz edges, hand crack, head left into chimney and top out to use same anchors as 'Do I Have To?'.

FA: @iang,Diego Le Chan

20 Trad 20m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
12 Quite Nifty Sport
13 Do I Have To Sport 12m
14 ** The Big Corner Trad 17m
Wasted On the Wing Trad 15m
17 *** Headbangers Arete Sport 20m
18 * After Burner Sport 14m
19 * The Nutty Professor Trad 20m
The Straight Up The Face Route Sport
20 ** Senstra Dextra Trad 20m
The Visionary Trad 20m
22 * Thin and Germanic Mixed 15m, 3