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Right Side

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 32
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Follow the track up the hill until it does a switchback to the left, with a climbers track headed right. The main area is 20m up the climbers track

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Follow the track up the hill until it does a switchback to the left, with a climbers track headed right. This one is 15m up the left track

From a sit start, use whatever holds necessary to gain the slightly-off-angle juggy rail and mantle the overhanging saddle feature.

FA: Meedu Samaraweera, Hai T & Marc F, Feb 2018

The rest of these problems are up the right track. These are on the low boulder immediately above the junction. (-33.7439, 151.2516).

Sit start on the flat rail, breach the dark cave and mantle using whatever means necessary.

Maybe V5. Rides the entire wave feature R to L.

Sit start on RHS of wave feature and traverse leftwards on cool slopey bumps and crimps to a cruxy mantle midway.

Sit start and mantle early.

The following problems are in the little ampitheter about 10m further right

Sit start on the good sidepull. Up and over the bulge.

FA: Jack Folkes, 3 Apr 2018

Same beta as for OPD but alot easier.

Starting low as possible on sidepull make way up the crack and top out.

Techy climbing from sit start on sidepulls up crimps and pinch to crux at lip on slopers. Absolute classic

Emmanuel Madayag (FA)

Set: Meedu Samaraweera

FA: Emmanuel Madayag, 12 Oct 2020

Stand start off the crimps on the higher rail and reach for the sloping lip. Hard slapping/campusing out right on crappy slopers leads to a techy mantle over the upside-down lip followed by a second, easier mantle

Emmanuel Madayag (FA)

Set: Meedu Samaraweera

FA: Emmanuel Madayag, 12 Oct 2020

Start on big flat undercling and either dyno to lip or dynamic move. Mantle to top out.

Starting on low sidepull go through rails to slopey lip above. Mantle and top out.

Starting on rail left of OPB move into OPB.

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