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(and the story of one not so wise man and woman). Good climbing - just don't do it on a superhot day!

Start: Starts about 30m right (facing the cliff) of "Rainmaker" at small ledge at base of cliff. There is a tree here which can provide some relief from the sun if really hot.

  1. 25m (15) Steeper and better than expected - up the corner, moving right on side pulls. Take a few very small (0.2 BD) cams to protect the crux moves. Up corner moving left at small roof / big block. Through crack moving right on ledge and belay on 1m high pillar/ledge just above small tree/bush at horizontal break (takes small-med cams).

  2. 45m (15) Traverse left into corner. Up (a few #4 cams are handy) corner until it eases. Scramble easily on loose ground to ledge below last orange wall and corner.

  3. 40m (6) This could be bettered by heading up the orange wall or corner somewhere. We just wanted to get off ASAP as we were melting in the sun on a 39 degree day! Up to ledge at base of wall. Traverse easily right (about 15m) to big cool chimney. Up to top.

FA: Josef Goding (P1, 3) & Naomi Gibbs (P2), 2008

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