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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
VS Outlaw

Start in a small gully where Bee Buttress becomes Jacob’s Ladder Face. Up gully 3m and step right onto slab for a few steps then across left onto small ledge below nose. Take nose direct and mantleshelf into a small broken groove on the bridge of the nose. Move left to finish.

FA: P. Snyder & A. Bosek, 1970

Trad 23m
VD Tree Route

Start from base of large-leafed tree on left. Climb up wall, move into slight recess at 9m, continue left-handed and then to tree on skyline.

Trad 31m
VD Spreadeagle

Start in groove 5m left of Jacob’s Ladder route. Traverse out onto left-hand wall. Continue climb moving slightly right-handed but not meeting Jacob’s Ladder.

Trad 31m
D Jacob's Ladder

Start at foot of centre slab and ascend line of pigeon holes, moving right. Continue to summit by moving left-handed. An excellent first lead as it can be easily and adequately protected. An intermediate belay may be arranged below the final wall.

Trad 31m
VD Joseph

Start 12m right of Jacob’s Ladder at prominent band of quartz. Ascend groove, moving left-handed and cross over extreme right-hand point of overhang to finish by moving right. An alternate finish (Severe) is to traverse right into recess behind tree and climb back wall direct.

Trad 26m
S Burglary

The climb goes up the face on the extreme right of Jacob’s ladder just past the fig trees. Climb directly up the centre of the face to a large sloping ledge. From the right end of the ledge climb to a hand traverse. Move left along this past the crux to the corner and up to the top.

FA: R. Searle, W. M. Adams & C. Brown, 1960

Trad 20m

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