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A long walk with a steep descent down a fixed line. The base of the wall has some steep slabs

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The crack at the left end of the wall

Through overlap

Hard start at hueco into grooves that take cams to #3. Through roof to DBB.

FA: BMaddison & I Crossland, 2016

Up right side of block at route base. Follow bolts, through several cruxes, clipping right of two bolts below anchor to FH belay.Probably 24 for the vertically challenged. Can use rings on adjacent route, or take Ss maillons.

FA: Ben Maddison & I Crossland, 2016

Starts under and heads up through a small roof at 5m.

FA: Ben Maddison, Nov 2020

Neal middle of wall at flat spot on slabs. Up deep grey groove to roof, turning it on left.

Mixed route

5m R of Cheeky Monkey. Climb the short corner, pull L onto teardrops, and a couple of cruxy moves to lower off. The direct start to L of corner goes at 22 to gain teardrops.

FA: Ben Madison, Jul 2021

Two pitch sport route, should be done as one.

FA: Bob Bull, Neale Smith, Ben Maddison January 2022. & Ben Maddison, Jan 2022

FA: Bob Bull & Ben Maddison, Dec 2021

The first route right of the corner

Mixed route

Starting halfway down the slope. All bolted, though wires and small to medium cams could be used.

FA: Ben Maddison & O Delprado, 2016

  1. 15m Sport pitch to DBB

  2. 13m Trad. Up groove to DBB

FA: B. Maddison, May 2016

Start up hand crack, double rack of #1-3 to gain bolts in the blank corner. Follow these up and right through the roof. Cutting back left and up.

FA: Ben Maddison

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