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Riverside

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Description

Shadier and mossier than the other crags. Potential for several good routes.

Approach

Turn right just after the turn off to the firewall.

Routes

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Grade Route

Left from the first short cliff to the main shaded wall.

The short, steep arete.

FA: Jon Nermut, Jan 2018

The left arete of the main face. Do a high stick clip to protect the bouldery start on the right, then head left past a big heuco to the arete and up.

FA: Jon Nermut & Dave Humphries, 2017

Continually steepening grey streak about 5m right of left arete of main face.

FA: Roger Parkyn, Nov 2017

To the right of the central cave. Reachy but straightforward cracking to a good rest, then an intense sequence up the overhanging bulge. Tough to onsight.

FA: Dave & Dave Humphries, Jan 2018

FA: Dave Humpries & Jon Nermut, 2017

Start as for Grey Goshawk, then head right up juggy wall

FA: Jon Nermut, Jan 2018

Sunniest side, track goes right past

Bouldery start, leads to an easier finish, stick clip the first bolt

FA: Jon Nermut & Dave humpries, Jul 2019

Thin start, heads right at the break and finishes up spotted tail quoll

FA: Dave Humphries & Jon Nermut, Oct 2017

FA: Dave Humphries & Jon Nermut, Oct 2017

Hard start difficult to read easy finish

FA: Jon Nermut & Dave humpries, Jul 2019

FA: Jon Nerm & Dave hump, Jul 2019

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