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Description

Again, high. Not the greatest of landings

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Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Approach

Obvious bay left of 'Abseil Wall'

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Ethic inherited from North Shore

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Thin moves up the black wall just left of the arete.

High, thin, airy, scary.

The left side of the black wall. Still thin but apparently jug heaven compared to problem #2

Wide Corner Crack to small roof

Middle of the wall left of 'Corner Crack' on small crimps

Climbs the curving feature to the left till it runs out, then crimps on the right face

The Wide Crack

Centre of the wall, aiming for the ironstone "horseshoe' crimps high in the middle. Very, very good.

Flake system just right of the arete

The juggy arete with an awkward start on the left hand side

A tough part of the Lindfield Traverse

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