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Access issues inherited from Ti Point

The crag borders private property so please respect this.

Take note of tide times before you head out as the base of some routes around the Arch area and ‘The Fang’ are below the high tide line. There is an access track around the back of the crag which may have to be used at high tide and also provide access to the top of most routes.

Routes

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Grade Route

An unusual looking groove with bolts on the right wall. Scramble to the ledge at the base of the groove then climb up the groove, which is steeper than it looks and at the 4th bolt step onto the wall. Continue up past 5th bolt to tree belay.

For an easier option, climb just left of the last two bolts at about grade 17

FA: Graeme Dingle & Jo-anne Wilkinson, 2005

Climb the block for 3m, then up the chimney to the chockstone below the bulge. Over the bulge and up to easier but poor rock. A good belay can be hard to arrange.

FA: John Watson, 1972

To the right of Shenzy, ascend the crack to a grassy ledge and belay right on the rib.

FA: Chris Ward & Bill Atkinson, 1974

A tricky little number, climb the buttress keeping mainly on the left.

FA: Graeme Dingle & Brandon Daniell, 2004

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