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Routes are described from left to right.

Access issues inherited from Morna point

Access is dependant on the tide. Keep an eye on the tide as the only way out if it gets too high is to climb out.

Routes

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FA: Mary Ellen Kustin, 2004

4 U-Bolts, finish as for Scollops, or top out and use Scollops or AP anchors

FA: Anika Jefferson, Lauren Johnson & Lisa Perrett, 2004

Follows the line of fixed hangers on the black slab. Sharp and crispy. Possibly harder with a broken hold before the lower off.

FA: Corey Sawyer & John Murton, 2004

Start of the block past 3 U's. A cam in the break can supplement the run out.

FA: Stephen Wade, 1999

traverse across the slab above the high water mark.Up and down a little clipping bolts as required.

FA: V Wills, 2004

corner left of hammerhead. same anchors

FA: Casey Robinson, 6 Oct 2016

FA: B Carmady

FA: V Wills, 2004

2m L of lobster trap up to horizontal then crack system to top. Down climb and traverse to LT lower offs

FA: V Wills & T Lee, 2003

Some loose rock.

The diagonal seam up the slab facing into the zawn. Bouldery start. TOp out into bitou bush

FA: T Lee & V Wills, 2003

This route appears to have fallen down

FA: V Wills & T Lee, 2003

Start up diagonal left of CS then trend up and right to finish on CS anchors

Start left of a groove feature at a 6 cm size pocket. Needs a couple of pieces of gear before single bolt and anchors

FA: V Wills, 2003

Up groove in centre of wall and trend right to anchors of BC

Line of rings on the elevated platform. Best to stick clip first bolt.

FA: Rod wills, 2003

FA: Paul; Paul Wolfenden, 2004

finger crack to R of Bearded Clam

FA: Paul & Paul

FA: T Haasnoot & T Lee

Top rope- straight up thin seam and crack to anchors. Dirty.

FA: V Wills

The line straight up to the anchors of Toadfish. Travels up via finger locks, a small sentry box and crack to shared anchors.

Starts on the small arete on the South side towards the back of the cave. Easy start then follow finger cracks to hard buldery finish.

FA: Pete Morris, 2004

Avoid the arete. Thin at the bottom.

FA: Peter Morris, 2004

FA: V Wills, 2004

FA: V Wills, 2004

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