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Rage Wall

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 84
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FA: John Birch, 1990

Boulder up the juggy wall & faint corner to ledge and corner crack. Crux near the top. Move left at the top. Double bolt belay. Good pro.

FA: Joe Arts, 1983

starts as for the trad route Envirnment centre, then out to 2 spaced bolts with maybe some supplemental gear.

FA: John Barnes, 1988

Direct start into White Lies, toprope by preclipping first bolt, or else solo/boulder? up to it, possibly place some gear to the right, but why bother

FA: Ton Snelder, 1990

Trad route starts with good holds up the overhang and plenty of solid gear. Above, the angle eases. There is a manky old rusty pin and some questionable other gear on the top half, but the difficulty eases substantially

FA: Joe Arts, 1983

FA: Athol Whimp, 1990

left of Leaning Wall, bloccy crux off ledge

FFA: Owen Davies

Set by Tony Burrell

Climb onto ledge then onto block, then ascend the steep featured wall, to the left of the vegetated crack.

FA: Tony Burnell, 2013

FA: Grant Piper, 2013

pull through the overhang, right of Carbon Neutral, carry on up the arete

FA: Tony Burrell, 2013

FA: Roger Parkyn, 1988

FA: Joe Arts, 1985

FA: Andy Milne & 1994, 1994

FA: Tony Burnell, 1997

Fierce crimping up the face of the overhanging pillar shaped wall. Small incuts past the first bolt to a rest out left and a trad placement, then up three more bolts on the headwall.

FA: Dave Fearnley, 1987

FA: Tony Burnell, 1998

FA: Roger Parkyn, 1985

FA: Ton Snelder, 1985

Start up the cracks and moving left as for the Active Ingredient, then move back right off the big flake to the second bolt. There is a good cam placement after the third bolt, and the angle eases, but still exciting to the top.

FA: Ton Snelder, 1985

rebolted by Tony in 2016, this is a great warm-up or a good lead for those breaking into 20 on lead. Climbs good flat holds just left of the vegetation and up into the quake scar at the top.

FA: Tony Burnell, 1998

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