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Description

A few problems including the tallest at Asquith.

Access issues inherited from Asquith Ave

Access has not been specifically granted to climb on the walls, permission from one of the property owners has an understanding that people climb here from time to time. As such please respect the following: Take all rubbish with you including any that you find from others. If your remove any gorse make sure you take it with you. Limited permission has been granted to trim back some gorse on the King's side to the top of the routes. Keep group numbers small. No loud music. Be aware of members of public who will be walking on the footpaths and cars on the road.

Ethic inherited from Asquith Ave

Some of the rock is brittle even on some of the more established routes, be aware that this can be dangerous at times and may result in injury and changing the intended route. The use of a spotter on the plaque wall is a good idea due to the park bench. Please do not add graffiti or route marks to the walls.

Routes

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Sit start on the left or standing start on the right, traverse.

One move wonder sit start on arete and ledge top and mantle

Sit start compress the aretes, top out and mantle

Start as for Wuhan then traverse onto Amandale, keeping off the top ledge of Wuhan.

Stand start on obvious edges climbing up to match top. Slab to the right is out.

Sit start for Amandale, open project. No feet on the slab on the right

Climb the slab no hands

Climb the slab then traverse left to the top, watch for loose rock

Use the slab, crack, face and arete to gain the top

Mediocre hold quality to the top, be careful

Use the slab, crack, face and arete to gain the top

Use the block, crack and arete's to gain the top

Use the slab face and arete only to gain the top

Use the slab and face only to gain the top, arete and crack are out. Helps to be tall.

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