Climbs the centre of the next clean face to the left of Running on Empty. Starting just left of the lower roofs, pull up on jugs to start (roof one metre off ground). Climb up over a loose flake to a short open book above. Break through the roof where a block has fallen out (peg). Climb directly through the bulge above, exiting up the crack. * There is an aid route to the right of the next route that goes through the large roof and onto the superb face above. Opened by Gerald Camp using 2 nut scratchers for hooks!
- Ethic: inherited from Boothill
Keep it clean and know what you doing around unclimbed faces as its easy to slide on the grass and off the edge. There is also potential for new routes on the face left of Tuxedo, and off the ledge running for next 50m left of Tuxedo, and the large Boneyard style face (with a deep undercut) across deep gulley about 80m onwards.
First Ascent: B. Clarke & A.Russell-Boulton, 1989
Located in Boothill approx:
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