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Description

Access issues inherited from The Saddle Club

Since it's practically next to the horse trail, make sure you respect the rights of riders and passers by.

Approach

Approach as for Main Crag, Boulder after the Entry Boulder 20 meters further on the right side of the track.

Ethic inherited from The Saddle Club

If putting up any first ascents, wire brushing is never acceptable on sandstone. Chipping is a no go.

Brush your tick marks and take your rubbish out with you. Please don’t chuck banana peels off the track or else I’ll call the cavalry on you.

History

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It is well known that a route was seen where there was no route before so that is about it.

Routes

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Step up onto easier slab to left side of boulder and up to top out

FA: Donald Gibson, 9 Feb 2019

Step up on to Steep Slab and continue to choose your foot placements wisely, dont slip... stay balanced and top out through left side of large scoop

FA: Donald Gibson, 9 Feb 2019

Get into Large Scoop, Daintily Pull over and top out. Mats and Spotter/s Recommended

FA: David Muir, 9 Feb 2019

Start On Low Side Of Arete, Left hand in Good jugy pocket, Rh in Sloper pocket, traverse Right to high side of arete, get a high left toe in perfect toe pocket and rock over mantel to finish on top.

FA: Donald Gibson, 9 Feb 2019

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