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The large tower on the northern side of the Docks main wall
Uphill on the northern face of the pinnacle is a featured seam with some shrubbery. Follow this to scoop at the top. DBB on the other side of the pinnacle. Tie ground anchor and rap off the backside of the pinnacle.
2x Carrots, follows quartz dyke 2m left of Gravel Road and traverses right to a second dyke.
Climb slightly overhanging featured gravel seam on southeastern arrete of the pinnacle to DBB of JUGS
FA: Patrick Munnings & Oscar Purtell, Dec 2020
Climb the overhanging intermittent cracks on the left side of the back wall of Dykes at the Docks, via 5 Fixed Hangers to a DBB.
FA: Nick Hancock, 2004
Follow 4 U bolts directly up the steep orange face of Split Rock to a single bolt at the top
FA: Nick Hancock, 2002
10 M left of BOOB is a broken slanting wide crack that leads to a short overhang. Turn this with difficulty to a vague rest on R and then climb the crystally seam that takes stonker gear. Step left at the top and grab the jug rail at the top of the cliff (crux). The big cracks take plenty of gear up to 4 and 5 camalots but surprisingly require no OW technique. The higher seam takes small cams and medium to small wires. DBB.
FA: John Fisher
Right trending diagonal crack in the middle of the main face. Begin behind a small pinnacle at the base of the main cliff. P1, (17) stellar crack climbing on good rock with awesome gear to belay on a large ledge. P2 in the left corner of the ledge, climb horizontal seams and face flakes to the slab. follow slab to the top of the cliff
FFA: Patrick Munnings & Sabrina Lim
FA: M Mulcairn & R Pease
20m Pinnacle at the southern end of the Docks main wall, 30m past Red Wall
climb unprotected NW face to arete and then follow diagonal seam until a traverse to horn on arete can be made and sling the horn as the first available protection.
The direct route up south face and arete of pinnacle to DBB
FA: Patrick Munnings
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