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The free-standing leaning boulder on the left as descending to Tranquilitas Crags is home to some hard bouldery climbs.

Access issues inherited from Waterval Boven

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Direct version of STITCH IT. From the obvious slopey right hand side pull keep going straight up, slightly left on small holds. Leave the chalk bag behind. A power test-piece.

FA: Andrew Pedley, Apr 2009

Halfway down the standard scramble, look left. The route pulls straight up the middle of the face on the leaning free-standing boulder. Move right at the slopey side pull to a jug out right by means of one really hard iron cross, no feet, go and believe move.

FA: Dewald Kloppers, 2008

Start on the two obvious crimps do two dynos and a couple of hard moves, nice route. Harder if you use less holds on the arête like the FA; opened at 28.

FA: Dewald Kloppers, 2008


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