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The approach to this crag stumps a lot of people! The trick is right near the start. It's pretty flat and obvious for a couple of hundred metres and then you get to some big round boulders. There's an obvious track heading up the hill right of these. This is not the way to go!!!! Go LEFT instead. It's bushier but there is a track and it takes you the shortest way.



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Its all about the start, and what a start it is! Bonus points if you don't stick clip the first bolt. Memorable. DBB.

Sustained climbing up featured arete and face. Trad gear required for belay.

FA: R Parkyn, 1993

Good old fashioned fridge lifting up a short and tenuous pillar.

Arete and face at left end of upper tier. The tree is a great temptation when facing the cruxy start. DBB.

FA: N Hancock, 2001

Gymnastic climbing up waterwashed scoops, to the right of DCD. DBB.

FA: S Edwards & G Phillips, 1995

On the right (upper) wall of the crag there is a prominent left leaning off-width. This route climbs the left arete of the off-width, offering steep and good climbing at the grade.

Excellent climbing up the arete right of I. Bouldery start up right side of arete to jugs and good gear. Steep!


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