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FA: Lindsay Main, 1977

FA: Stu McConney, 1996

FA: Lindsay Main, 1978

FA: James Jenkins, 1989

Closed

Destroyed during the earthquakes.

FA: Stu McConney

Closed

Destroyed during the earthquakes.

FA: Guy Cotter, 1989

Great route with an improved approach. Climb the insitu ladder to access the bottom. Enjoy the exposure up high!

FA: Tony Burnell, 2015

FA: John McCallum, 1986

FA: Kester Brown, 2012

A climb with mixed personalities! First bolt is high! Lots of nuts needed for top.

FA: Roger Parkyn, 1986

FA: Henry Mares, 1977

FA: Kester Brown, 2012

FA: Richard Thomson, 1986

Nice, technical and sustained.

FA: Joe Arts, 2004

Gentle pats on the bottom lead to greater excitement. The line of bolts just to the right of Whacking Moles. Skirts the right-hand edge of the large cave/scoop. Another fine, popular route with friendly bolting. The long run-out in the middle is as inexplicable as the missing 'h', but the climbing is of much lower difficulty on this section.

FA: Tony Burnell

FA: Guy Cotter, 1989

The original route on this section of wall. It has the same start as ‘Half Fact Half Friction’ but breaks left after the first bolt to the cave and climbs the headwall section of ‘Wacking Wendy’ has been superceded by its neighbouring routes so that it's is now a pretty much redundant link-up that is seldom climbed.

FA: Guy Cotter, 1989

FA: Gavin Tweedie, 1992

Climb up the arête to the very top of the crag. Optional wire placement in the middle to lessen the runout.

FA: John McCallum, 1986

Originally graded 25, sources now say this line is 27. Regardless of the grade, it climbs good quality stone up an arête to a ledge rest, then a thin slab headwall crux. Quite nice!

FA: Roland Foster, 2016

FA: Roger Parkyn, 1996

FA: Tony Burnell, 1996

FA: James Moar, 1986

FA: Dave Fearnley, 1988

FA: Derek Thatcher

Climb just to the right of the bolts. Delicate and technical all the way, with a safe run out up to the 4th bolt. Recover your nerves before leading up to the anchors, which are a long way away!

FA: Ton Snelder, 1986

FA: Tony Burnell, 2012

FA: Richard Thomson, 1986

FA: Dave Fearnley, 1986

FA: Paul Tattersall, 1986

Follows first three bolts of Spliffhanger, then continues directly up.

FA: Tony Burnell, 2015

FA: John McCallum & Chris Owens, 1995

FA: Tony Burnell, 2015

FA: Tony Burnell, Mar 2016

FA: Tony Burnell, Mar 2016

Closed

Destroyed during the earthquakes.

FA: Steve Elder, 1990

Closed

Destroyed during the earthquakes.

FA: Simon Middlemass, 1989

FA: Tony Burnell, Mar 2016

FA: Tony Burnell, Mar 2016

FA: Sefton Priestly, Apr 2018

FA: Tony Burnell, 1998

Very beautiful route, powerful climbing with almost every kind of move and hold imaginable. Sustained except for the sit-down ledge at halfway.

FA: Bill McLeod, 1989

FA: Martyn Clarke, 1995

Climb up slabby wall to crux section over the bulge.

FA: Tony Burnell, 2014

Closed

Destroyed during earthquakes.

FA: Stu McConney, 1996

Closed

Destroyed during earthquakes.

FA: Lindsay Main & 1977, 1977

FA: Tony Burnell, 2018

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