Considerable loose rock mars a strong line culminating in a spectacular position. Almost directly above the carpark is what appears to be a gully, but is the large vertical groove on the RHS of the main wall.
Crux, From the base of this, climb the left wall and enter small R facing corner which leads to a bulge. Step L to a ledge.
25m, Pull over bulge and follow the line to a ledge on the R below the final roofs.
25m, the line above - exciting. The abseil tree is just to the R.
On this climb, moss is a renewable resource; but the climbing and gear is good, with very little in the way of loose rock. Start right where the track finally meets the middle of the cliff, just R of 2 distinct cairns. Could link the first 2 pitches. Bring double ropes, plenty of long slings and cams to size 3.
15m, 19. Straight up wall (poor pro), and over tricky bulge to a ledge.
10m, 15. Trend L up the wall for 10m, to semi-hanging belay in short shallow corner.
45m, 20. Climb up R from belay, heading for weakness through the overhangs at the base of the corner system. Scoot around to the R and up exciting wall above, traversing R, then straight up. A bit more R to hanging corner and up to belay, watch for rope drag.
30m, 20. Awkward around bush leads straight up to nice line / corner. Tackle on the L, and straight up past bushes to increasingly difficult L facing corner (save a #3 cam for the top of this!).
25m 17. Up series of ledges, walls and overhangs (more or less straight up), finishing just below top of cliff (watch out for some loose blocks at the top). Escape out R.