Taller again. A couple of classics here, though they're a little necky. Toprope bolts exist, you might want to consider using them if you're pushing your grade here.

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Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Prominent vertical wall with a tree on the right hand side, left of 'Four Cracks Wall'.

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Ethic inherited from North Shore

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The corner crack at junction of Four Cracks Wall and Abseil Wall - used to be a common descent route. Bridge and lay back your way down or up!

Starts behind the tree on the right. uses underclings and a large rounded flake. Trend left near the top

Climb to and past the obvious square window.

Between the window and the dog leg crack, squeezed in.

The dog-leg crack and surrounding territory

Up past a bullethole pocket to finish on crimps.

Past the low well-worn horn. vertical edges on left, thin crimps on right.

Up the seam using 20 cm corridor of rock

The blankish runnel in the middle of the wall

aka Turkey Route. A must-do up the left hand side of the wall with a slight right-left deviation high up.

Between 'The Arete' and The Tourist Route, a thin wall above two pockets with a well worn edge. Don't stray offline.

Start on the right, move onto the arete itself, then back on the right.

The traverse around the arete from right to left, keeping low, is a good problem in its own right.

Classic bit of the traverse. Crux is near the arete, and its easier to go low at the arete.

Hard Men do a higher level traverse using good crimpers near the top.


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