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Description

Dentistry Wall was developed in the late 90s and features some new-fangled fixed hangers! The rock is mostly very solid except for the occasional pebble blowing off.

Approach

From the bottom of Unearthed Wall, walk about 100m downhill and left. Alternatively, walk N from the bottom of Valley Wall as it is on the same contour.

Routes

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About 100m left of the upper section of Dentistry Wall is a large boulder containing the first route.

Climb past 3 BRs on the face.

FA: Bob Cowan, Matt Roper & Richard Spry

The next 4 routes are on the upper section of Dentistry Wall.

Climb up a ramp past 2 BRs and then mount the headwall above past one more BR.

FA: Bob Cowan & Ryan Butler

Climb the thin wall past 6 BRs.

FA: Robert Cowan

There's two routes between Crown Jewel and Bridge Work. If anybody knows which one is Plaque Removal please update the topo.

Bridge the crack and slip up the arete past 2 BRs.

FA: Robert Cowan & Ryan Butler

4m right of Bridge Work is a clean curving crack.

FA: Ryan Butler & Robert Cowan

The next two routes are on the lower section of Dentistry Wall.

Has a nice committing crux that has seen more than one fall! On the next tier below the climbs described above, is a cracked face topped by a bulge. Climb the broken crack system and clip a BR before pulling the root-bulge.

FA: Richard Spry & Matt Roper

6m left of Root Canal is a rippled face. Crank your pants off past 5 BRs.

FA: Robert Cowan, 1999

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