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Access issues inherited from The Black Range

There is a request to cease all bolting in the Black Range:


About 30 metres right and north of Mombassa and across the descent gully is the next and lower rock outcrop with an obvious chimney with overhang toward its left hand end. 'Out of Africa' to Impala are found here.


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Grade Route

The body swallowing crack 1m right of Toucan.

FA: Iain Sedgman & Heather Phillips, 2000

Starts 5m right of Eye For A Line. Up past eco-bolt, then thin flake to beneath overhang. Finish steeply up left side of this. An Eco-bolt (Ebolt) is a correctly placed SS bolt as opposed to the numerous poorly placed long carrots and fixed hangers.

(The corner on the right of the overhang has also been climbed at the same grade.)

FA: Wayne Maher & Pia Larque, 2000

Start on face just around right of Tom Tom. From the left side of the undercut face head up diagonally right to the bottomless right facing corner and to the top.

FA: Mike Wust, Lesley Roberts & Jannie Chin, 2000

Bolted, 1 cam required to protect juggy top section.

FA: Jonny B, Chris D & Bec

Climb the chimney then traverse left under the roof using big cams for protection and then up.

FA: Ben Wright & Jack Lewis, 2002

The broken juggy line just right of the arête provides good climbing at the grade.

FA: Jack Lewis, Jonathan Bryant & Ben Wright, 2002

The curving flake/crack starting from the top of the large block at the base of the cliff approximately 6 metres right of Congo.

FA: Ben Wright & Jonathan Bryant, 2002

Bound straight up the wall starting just right of the large block.

FA: Ben Wright & Jack Lewis, 2002


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