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The walls you initially encounter around the impressive steep crack system.

Ethic inherited from Cassia Cliffs

Squeeze jobs and lazy variants will reign supreme, as most of the walls are blank at the bottom third and its the only way to fit in a load of bolts. Limited scope for long independent face routes exists after Hill gives up climbing.


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Someone has certainly investigated the potential here as there were two large galv looking ring/hook like fasteners glued into the rock above some potential lines. As to whether they were ever climbed??


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Start 10 meters left of the arete. A climb for those who can manage grade 19 sequences piled one on top of the other. Hard moves past the first two bolts. Three no hands rests and an exciting crunchy yellow bit in the middle. Will fall easy to the crushers but is technical to all others.

Set by Graeme Hill, 24 Nov

FA: Graeme Hill, 3 Mar

Been here to bolt something 3 times and this is the first time i have managed to sink some steel into the rock. Most of the problem lies in if i can climb any of the blankness or if i want to climb the biscuit like rock in some places. But this route may just go at a grade i can manage. Start a few corners left of Shark Chats looking at the cliff. This route is a long slabby wall broken by a small halfway ledge at which there is a belay in case you have a short rope. The top pitch is easy but the bottom is rather thin. A route for the sustained crimp master. Plenty of bolts, trouble is clipping them as there are not plenty of holds you can hang around on to clip. Can be done as a single pitch, be careful of the rope length if lowering on a rope shorter than 70m.

Set by Graeme Hill, 19 Nov

Not so much a lazy VSJ but an insurance policy on the 18 bolts already invested in HP1. Start the same as Hill Project 1 but branch to the right when the wall becomes steep and thin. Head up easy corner to ledge bypassing all the crimpy shit. Continue to the top or split the climb into two pitches.

Set by Graeme Hill, 24 Nov

Line of bolts 2 meters left of Faking Clever. A route for the crushers of ugly stone. This climb will seduce you by the brilliant orange start and the promise of a bit of a fight up the arete. But you will have to overcome the loathing for the ugly stone in the mid section. Climbs the wall and arete left of Faking Clever, a bit of a nasty squeeze job, sorry John! Ha ha ha

Set by Graeme Hill

Climbs the blunt arete 20m right of the Hill Projects and 8m right of Jake's 24. A burly start leads to some technical face climbing higher.

FA: John Lattanzio, 24 Feb

Half drilled wall on the next buttress right of Faking Clever. Start just left of cave. Most bolts drilled then my petrol drill conked out!! Piece of antiquated shit.

Set by Graeme Hill

Long gently overhanging line on FHs , up juggy grey rock to a technical crux in middle then steep and pumpy to the loweroff. The route has one FH over the top should you use it to top out.


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