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Description

A series of large stacked boulders, running parallel to the highway. With a large flake in front of the main section and cave.

Access issues inherited from Upper Range

Access is tricky, there is no stopping at all on the north bound lane except at the top. The south bound has a pull off area where its safe to park.

Approach

From the top park in the pull off section, follow the fire trail down, stay left till you reach the top of the first safety ramp. There will be a bit of dumped tar and a faint trail that heads south from there. Follow that for thirty odd metres and the northern boulder will become visible.

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An obvious crack runs up the west side of the first boulder. Harder than it looks - pro down low tricky to place. Some technical moves up crack (wires, SLCDs) to a good jug and easier to top. Belay in crack atop boulder. Down climb dead tree leaning against northern side.

FA: Dr Jim Morgan, 1997

A perfect hand jam up the eastern side of the Fast Rack weakness. A real pearl - if only it were 50m.

FA: Dr Jim Morgan, 1997

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