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JFMAMJJASONDAll Sport climbing
Lat / Long: -43.756860, 170.113245
Cross fence from Unwin hut at the rear of the carpark. Follow vague track toward the cliff and cross barbed wire fence where PVC pipe has been placed to facilitate access.
Follow clearer tracks up a spur towards a large rock half way up the hill. Stay below the rock and traverse right crossing a gully until well right of the left sector and into clear patches of scrub. Then traverse back left to climbs or dodge your way on vague tracks around brambles to reach the right sector.
Ray Button in 2012 by the looks of things.
Lat / Long: -43.757606, 170.112904
★★ Fringe benefit
Left most line of bolts. Start on boulders in stream bed and up just right of arete. Crux above small ledge between bolts 6/7. Angle right to double bolt belay. Rap 25m.
FFA: Ray Button & Dave Alderson, 22 Jan 2011
★ Whispering grass
Middle line of bolts in wall. Start in stream bed and up bolted crack system. Good holds appear when you need them. Through overlap and up to chains.
FFA: Ray Button, 9 Apr 2012
Right hand line of bolts.
FFA: Ray Button, 2012
Lat / Long: -43.756966, 170.112799
★★ Secret squirrel arete
FFA: Ray Button, 15 Dec 2012
|15||54m, 2, 10|
|15||★★||Secret squirrel arete||54m, 2, 10||1.2. Right sector|
|16||★★||Fringe benefit||28m, 9||1.1. Left sector|
|★★||Pinot||23m, 8||1.1. Left sector|
|★||Whispering grass||25m, 9||1.1. Left sector|