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Description

With a generally easy approach, and several easy sport routes, this is a popular cliff.

Note: routes are described right-to-left.

Routes

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FA: Todd Swain

FA: Donette Swain & Todd Swain

The right-most bolted route, about half-way up the ramp.

FA: Donette Swain & Todd Swain

Starts where the ledge turns into a ramp up to the right.

FA: Albert Newman & Leo Henson

2nd bolted line from the left, with 8 bolts up to an anchor. Lots of fun.

FA: Mark Limage

Left-most bolted line on the front of the cliff.

FA: Albert Newman & Leo Henson

FA: Nick Nordblom & Paul Van Betten

Climb diagonally up rightwards to the obvious crack splitting the large varnished area on the front of the cliff.

This is the rightmost bolted route on the steep section to the left.

Left-most route on the steep section, starts about 40ft up the gully.

Climb the rounded arete to the right of the face, then traverse to the anchor. A very committing feeling lead for a 5.6.

FA: Donette Swain & Todd Swain

Climb up the slab directly beneath the shared anchor.

FA: Donette Swain & Todd Swain

Slab climbing up the bolts on the left side of the slab, to the shared anchors.

At the top of the gully is a small cliff with a huge roof split by an impressive thin crack.

Also can be aided at A1.

FA: Van Bettern, Nordblom & Mamusia, 1987

FFA: Tom Moulin, 2007

FA: 2001

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