• Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 37



Access issues inherited from Mutton Bird

Respect the rock and natural environment you are climbing in. Clean your rubbish up and give tick marks and caked chalk a good scrubbing.

Ethic inherited from Mutton Bird

Clean tick marks and caked chalk. Clean up your rubbish. No chipping, gluing or bolting.


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Sit start on low crimps then finish as 'Ken Lee'.

FA: Andy Lampard

Sit start on good right hand side pull, then cross left hand to shallow crimp into a tricky shouldery sequence.

Sit start then up with good holds to an easy top out. Flows really well.

Sit start and up.

FA: Andy Lampard

Stand start. Slab to the right of 'Prism'

Sit start at the base of the triangular feature. Straight up into a heady top out.

Sit start on slopey sidepulls as 'The Windmill' and trend right up the slab to a heady top out.

Sit start on blocky rectangular feature on the right. Dyno out left to the jugs. Top out around the corner or straight up for a bit of extra scare factor.

Stand start using left hand sloper and right hand crimp. Up through the feature and throw to the jug. Easy top out to left.

Sit start for the throw will add a few grades. Possible top out further right, scary slopey top out.

Sit start under the slightly overhanging face. Up using the obvious flake system and a kinda mono. Close to the drink - needs a low swell/tide - watch out for king waves!

FA: Woody133, Jan 2016

Start as 'The Mutton Bird' but instead of heading left go up and right to link into the right hand flake system.

Sit start low on sidepull feature and up slot ledges and round crimps, utilising crack techniques may prove useful.

Nice movement, Falling is inadvisable.

Sit start. Up with various friction jugs

Stand start. Up the jugs

Stand start. Up the face

Stand start matched on the triangular hold.

Sit start.

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