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Table of contents

1. PatO Sector 6 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Trad climbing

Long/Lat: 138.614746, -31.622905

Description:

This area is characterised by a Heart-shaped block at 3/4 height, which marks the route "PatO your heart"

Access Issues: inherited from The Dark Side

There are no known access issues, but the area is relatively untouched, so treat it with respect. Try and avoid damaging vegetation, and set up an abseil after the first climb, to avoid trampling vegetation on top of the cliff.

Ethic: inherited from The Dark Side

All climbs are traditional, and bolting is strongly discouraged.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Midnight Buffet

Corner around arete and into corner above, variation up corner with frightening looking detached plates and no useful gear.

FFA: Tim Smith, Garth Wimbush & Adam Clay, May 2017

21 Trad 18m
2 Exploding Galaxies

Stellar climbing with an audacious move up the arete to the hanging corner above. Start as per Talon in the chimney then break left to the obvious white jug. Place your gear then head out to the arete. Hidden key placement left of the arete (#3 stopper) in small crack. Immortal.

FFA: Tim Smith, Garth Wimbush & Adam Clay, May 2017

22 Trad 20m
3 Talon

Fused crack and R facing shallow corner through blocks and large flake above, start up chimney in corner then step left into line.

FFA: Garth Wimbush, Adam Clay & Tim Smith, May 2017

21 Trad 15m
4 Bowling Alley

Obvious chimney with chock stones. The first is a cracker!

FFA: Garth Wimbush, May 2017

15 Trad 15m
5 PatO, your heart

Obvious crack with Y at top, step into R fork then back left through breaks to top.

FFA: Tim Smith, Garth Wimbush & Adam Clay, May 2017

17 Trad 15m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
6 Solo And The Wookie

Blocky corner with twin parallel cracks and ledge at half way, finger crack above (soloed and then it got hairy)

FA: Adam Clay, May 2017

10 Trad 15m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
10 Solo And The Wookie Trad 15m
15 Bowling Alley Trad 15m
17 PatO, your heart Trad 15m
21 Midnight Buffet Trad 18m
Talon Trad 15m
22 Exploding Galaxies Trad 20m