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The Asteroid Belt

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 54

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Description

Left of Sinatra wall, some high stuff which doesn't always look high until you're on it (Will Robinson)

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Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Approach

Walk left from 'Sinatra Wall' for ten seconds. you're here.

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Routes

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Up the face.

Corner crack immediately L of Will Robinson

Committing spacey greatness.

High, hard, scary, awesome.

FA: Pete Balint

The name says it all. Climb up on amazing thing jugs (no, that's not a typo) to a fantastic committing finish.

Big dyno from the slopey rail to the slopers up high.

Thin, technical and powerful and then a totally desperate crux.

Tackle the window using its right side only.

Straight through the window.

Up the left side of the window, then trend left.

Find two good pockets in the ironstone and then crimp up the short slab.

Hard thin slabbing. Grab the small edge (with your right hand) left of the crozzly ironstone, then powerfully and technically straight up.

Sans mono... Harder...

Sam Healy

Arete left of Pete's Arete. Tried many times by Sharik Walker with no success (when he was ticking multiple V12/13s in a winter...). High and crux in the top.

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