- Height: 52m
- Pitches: 3
- Ascents: 3
Historic, being the first climb on this cliff. (At the time the prevailing ethic was that a 'legitimate' climb had to start at the bottom of the cliff and finish at the top.) Contrary to the guide, the first pitch is well worth doing and is the equal crux. Exciting for a leader at that grade, but makes the climb very escapable. - Not one for sport climbers or those of a delicate disposition. Second pitch is a 'walk' and pitch 3 is a struggle.
Approach: If skipping the first pitch start pitch 2 from the Flight Deck. Otherwise - towards the lowest part of the centre of the crag look for a 'cave-like overhang'.
17m. (equal crux) Exit the overhang and climb the crack to a ledge.
15m. Easily follow crackline up left side of gully then step right onto ledge to below obvious crack.
20m. (equal crux) Up crack to top.
First Ascent: Bob Rugo (1), Richard Curtis (2 & 3), May 1976
Located in Flight Deck approx:
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