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Summary

Nice sport climbing venue near Eureka. There is a good range of grades but the cliff is best 23 and above. If you have not been to Eureka, please do yourself a favour and go as it's an amazing cliff.

Description

Two prominent orange tiers lower and left of Eureka Walls. Gets shade at 3pm.

Access issues

Please respect all tagged projects.

Approach

Walk in as per Eureka. Before Eureka turn left at obvious orange walls. Welcome to Clean Cuts. The upper tier requires access from scrambling up grey jug wall (grade 3?). Please use fixed line on right side. If dangerous please notify Kent Paterson. Please use fixed ropes when scrambling around. An abseil station is located next to Shallow Waters start. Alternatively you can walk in via left or right hand side.

Ethic

Please do not bring groups here. The access is not suitable for beginners.

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The proud bulging orange buttress that is first reached on the walk-in. The major line through the dark orange bulges on the left side is Highly Evolved.

Up grey wall around corner from Highly Evolved.

FA: Jimmy Gruber, 2014

Crazy jump to start or 26 if you batman to first jug. Awesome either way.

FA: Kent Paterson & Andrew Anderson, 2014

Fab warm up. Starts up crack system.

The streaked wall right of Highly Evolved. Start up grey slab. WARNING - Be aware of potential ledge fall potential, do not give soft catches

FA: Kent Paterson & Andrew Anderson

The following routes are on the major cliffline above High Evolved. Access by scrambling up grey jug wall (grade 3?). Please use fixed line on right side. Please use fixed ropes when scrambling around. An abseil station is located next to Shallow Waters start. Alternatively you can walk in via left or right hand side.

Great pocketed corner line. Accessed via fixed rope.

FA: Emi K

Left side of grey face. Bouldery at start. Drop a grade or two if you bridge up the tree.

FA: Kent Paterson, 2015

Starts on right side of grey face. The tree is now gone. Batman off first bolt or traverse in from left (grade 15?)

FA: Emi K

Climbs much better than it looks, a great overlooked route for those who's brain starts to fade after clipping too many bolts. Starts a few m right of Plat Du Jour at bouldery overhang. Straight up this and wall (small wires) to arete and hollow flake. Make a move R, and up short corner to amazing diagonal line (wires / small-med cams). Along this to finish at the anchor of Phil's project.

FA: Goshen Watts & Jimmy, 16 May 2015

Start at first bolt of closed project, then follow undercling traverse to arête then up and left in crack to lower off of Plat Du Jour

FA: Jimmy & Andreas Aachen, 16 Mar 2015

Starts 3m left of Trouble Cut. Unlikely.

On Upper Tier. Orange wall left of grey seam. Has chain with krab on second bolt.

FA: Kent Paterson, 2014

Grey seam on Upper Tier

FA: Kent Paterson, 2014

Starts few meters right of Fratin Brothers off the block. Up via thin side pulls.

FFA: adam demmert, 7 Sep 2014

The bolted corner.

FA: Kent Paterson, 2015

Thin face 3m right if Brighten the Corners.

Two pitches on left side of orange buttress. Pretty much the Pilot Error of the Gramps (i.e. novelty photo route).

FA: Kent Paterson, 2014

Up on upper tier. Through water streak on beautiful orange face. Has chain on third bolt.

Set: Kent Paterson, 2014

Starts up OOTS then girdles uncontrollably leftwards.

Set: Kent Paterson, 2014

Starts as Two Birdies then moves left up lovely orange face.

Up crack to cool arete. The crux is cryptic.

Straight up the crack. Enjoy the great water polished rock.

FA: Kent Paterson & Andrew Anderson, 2014

Starts as per TB then goes right after rootlet across slab and up steep wall via a hard crux. May be easier than graded

FFA: adam demmert & Mike Tomkins, 7 Sep 2014

Starts as per VT. Big traverse left. Place 1.2m sling on bolt no. 6

FA: Kent Paterson, 2014

Start as per VT, after 4th bolt veer left past 4 more bolts.

Bolted Water streaks on right side of fixed lines. Shared start to other routes.

FA: Kent Paterson, 2014

...of the production line. Starts as LP then busts left up prow

FA: Kent Paterson, 2014

The far right. Starts on a slab.

FA: Kent Paterson, 2014

Starts on far right hand end of the Upper Tier of Clean Cuts. Great flake line that faces Eureka.WARNING : Belayer and climber please pay close attention to nearby wall, as it gets very close at one point

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