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Description

The tallest cliff at Mt Pilot, however it is mostly quite low-angled.

Approach

Walk 40m W and then N from the firetower to the top of the obvious cliff.

Descent notes

Walk down around the L side (facing out) and along a ledge with some pines. Routes are described right to left facing the wall.

Routes

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The first closed corner you come across. A hard start leads to good pockets and good gear. Avoid the chossy direct finish by moving left over the slab at the end of the corner to join The Tourist Route.

FA: Paul Martin, Nick Danne & Andrew Porter, 2000

The obvious big layback flake. Fun laybacking leads to a pleasant doddle up the slab (1 FH). Don't fall while clipping.

FA: Paul Martin, Nick Danne & Andrew Porter, 2000

Duck through the cave and this is the next nice crack along. Easy moves out of the cave lead to a no hands rest. Continue up the thin corner (crux).

FA: Paul Martin, Nick Danne & Andrew Porter, 2000

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