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Más Elevado Sector

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 5

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Description

Uphill area of Cohiba containing the "Unknown" problems as well as a very big boulder.

Access issues inherited from Western Area

This is part of the Lower Cotter water catchment area. There are a number of rehabilitation projects underway to manage run off and erosion.

Approach

Head uphill from Animal Train Sector. Go towards the very big boulder, which should should be visible after crossing the old road.

Ethic inherited from Pierce's Creek

Pierces Creek is primarily a bouldering area however a number of naturally protected lines have been established over the years. To date aspirant ascentionists have avoided resorting to bolts on the higher problems preferring to rely on; mats, spotters, and gumption.

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From a sit start, lowest holds possible, crux is the sloper slap, finding your footing and bumping up then top out as for Unknown 2.

FA: David Nott

Stand start as for Unknown one, right hand high left hand low. Top out. Basically a mantle problem.

FA: David Nott

From a stand, mantle up on good holds.

The following problems without topos have been assumed to belong to this sector based on their original proximity on theCrag to the "Unknown" problems.

Right side up and over the bulge.

FA: David Nott, 20 Jul 2014

Start further left and traverse into the rail then finish as for Jump.

FA: David Nott, 20 Jul 2014

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