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Table of contents

1. Nagasaki 12 routes in Crag

Mostly Sport

Long/Lat: 27.904845, -25.808001

Unique Features And Strengths:

Good range of fun lines ranging from 12-21. Belayers beware! NB: Plenty loose rock! Climbers check bolts before clipping!

Access Issues: inherited from Radioactive

This area used to be closed to climbing - please treat it and the land owners with respect to ensure we as climbers continue to have access.


As for Hiroshima, but follow the good path /road for 100m more, then around a corner heading rightward. You are now just above the river bank. Follow this for a 100m where you will see the crag on your right.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Magglet runs in Takkies

FA: Peter Adrian BB: Peter Adrian and Roland Magg

14 Sport 8
2 *** Visions of Nuclear Doom

FA: Diane Avranitakis BB: Peter Adrian

12 Sport 8
3 ** Not for Chicks

FA: Marc Echstein BB: Peter Adrian and Nicholas Grech-Cumbo

15 Sport 9
4 * Easy Peasy Proton Pite

FA: Peter Adrian and Nicholas Grech-Cumbo

13 Trad
5 Ignore the First 10cm

FA: Peter Holdt BB: Peter Adrian and Roland Magg

19 Sport 10
6 Grey Imports

FA: Roland Magg

17 Sport 25m, 12
7 No Rope as Long as Time

FA: Roland Magg

19 Sport 6
8 *** Particle Accelerator

FA: Rory Lowther and Rance McIntyre, 2003

14 Trad
9 *** Illuminati

FA: Roland Magg

16 Sport 20m, 9
10 *** Fabricated Emotions

FA: Roland Magg

21 Sport 10
11 *** Danger of Implosion

FA: Rory Lowther, 2003

20 Sport 9
12 ** Slave to the West

FA: Roland Magg

19 Sport 9

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
12 *** Visions of Nuclear Doom Sport 8
13 * Easy Peasy Proton Pite Trad
14 *** Magglet runs in Takkies Sport 8
*** Particle Accelerator Trad
15 ** Not for Chicks Sport 9
16 *** Illuminati Sport 20m, 9
17 Grey Imports Sport 25m, 12
19 Ignore the First 10cm Sport 10
No Rope as Long as Time Sport 6
** Slave to the West Sport 9
20 *** Danger of Implosion Sport 9
21 *** Fabricated Emotions Sport 10