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Diamond Wall

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 12

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Description

this is the biggest wall in the area, shaped and capped by a roof be careful of the rock

Approach

Diamond Wall is another 300m upstream from The Gallery

Routes

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On the buttress L of Diamond Wall, starting 3m L of ST. Up into the alcove balance R then up and R to the crack. Finish boldly up the face.

FFA: Paul Badenoch & John Golding, 2001

The glory lives on? The chimney on the L side of the diamond.

FFA: Mike Ashton, Robert Findlay & Gary Jones, 1979

Follow a plumbline up the long axis of the diamond

FA: Gary Jones, 1979

When 4m up A Girl's Best Friend take the diagonal line L to the crack and arête at the apex of the diamond. Good climbing, adequate protection.

FA: Paul Badenoch & Vicki Kavanagh, 6 Jul 2014

The diagonal line on the R side of the wall to the ledge under the roof then the rising traverse to ST. Finish up the wall just R of the chimney

FA: Gary Johns & Mike Ashton, 1979

FFA: Nick Neagles & Barry Conoley, 1980

A wonderfully exposed outing. Above the R end of the roof a diagonal crack runs out L after a hard start follow this airly to where it widens and kinks upwards. Leave it there and climb the neat wall above

FFA: Nick Neagle, 1988

the short crack in the middle of the little buttress down R of Diamond Wall. at the ledge, step R and climb the wide crack

FFA: Mike Ashton & Peter Leach, 1979

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