It's getting taller!

A popular wall with easy classics. Bolts available at the top of the cliff to protect the trees.

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Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Obvious wall with cracks opposite the 'Kenny Boulder'

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Ethic inherited from North Shore

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Thin seam on the right hand side of the wall.

Eliminate all face holds and climb the seam by finger-locking and a tips layback

Fierce little ironstone crimps just left of the seam.

Left hand sloper, right hand knifeblade. Grit your teeth and pull. Knifeblade is bigger than it used to be!

Right hand sloper, up on small holds. Sidepull to the left is off.

Just right of the crack. Plenty pockets and edges

The layback crack. Layback on its right side or jam it.

Straight up this buttress, staying out of the cracks.

The twin crack system.

Bold face to the left of '8 - Twin Cracks'.

Tricky finger crack. Do it pure for the full tick, else wimp out onto actual holds.

Excellent juggy face. Do it! Can be done with 3 dynos!

The slanting crack

The face to the left, crimpy ironstone. The left side of the face is slightly thinner and harder.

Start on the big shelf in the corner, squirm up avoiding the right face

Grab the break and mantle it to reach a pockety sidepull 1.5m above.

Between arete and corner eliminating the break and big pocket.

Starts high at the end of The Downclimb Slab. Drop down to the middle of the wall near problem 4 - feet on the obvious horizontal break. At the left hand end pop onto the shelf and scramble onto Abseil Wall without touching the ground or using the tree.


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