Wall of Fate

Rock: Loose rock above Wolverine to Three Steps to Heaven

There is a significant amount of loose rock sitting on top of the cliff from a recent natural rock fall at a higher cliff. Strongly advise to not do the climbs between these until someone has taken all of the loose rock down.

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Start form the belay bolt 2m left of Spartacus. Thin trad climbing.

FA: Bryce Martin, 2012

Start 15m left of Wolverine. Start on dirt ledge. Move up blocky rib feature to the top of the pinnacle. Up the slab using the offset crack.

FA: Jamie Baron, 2012

Awesome sustained climbing on edges and pockets. Crux is at the top.

FA: Jamie Baron, 2012

Climb the groove then continue up the crack into the large right-facing corner. Climb the face, using small wires for pro, with some delicate climbing to the DBC belay.

FA: DaveGarrity, CraigMartin & ElsieLemordant, 2000

An adventure. Up and right from the start of The Root, then a committed move rightwards will establish you in the wide groove. Jam your way up the crack to the pine tree, sling it, then climb the right side of the tree until you can regain the rock. Continue up past the next tree following the right-hand crack system (don't escape left to The Root anchors), until you reach a single bolt just below the DBC anchor. Take a wide range of cams, nuts and slings. You can rap off on a 60m rope.

FFA: Bryce Martin, 2012

The arete immediately left of BB.

FA: Bryce Martin, 2012

Climb the face until you reach the crack on the left side of the pillar. Climb the crack to a bolted belay on top of the pillar.

FA: Bryce Martin & Craig Martin, 2000

Climb the face to the right until you reach the crack on the right side of the BB pillar. Same anchors as BB.

FA: Bryce Martin

FFA: 2000

Starts from ledge above the track. Climb the corner before moving onto the left arete and climbing to the ledge. Head up right facing corner to a semi-detached flake. Follow the crack as it steepens past 2 bolts. Double bolt anchor.

FA: Dave Garrity

FFA: 2000

Up the outside of the detached pillar. Climb the twin cracks until stepping left onto the front of the pillar past a bolt. Head slightly left past more bolts to the top of the pillar.

FA: Kevin Barratt, 1999

Warning Fixed Gear: Hangers Removed

1 17 12m
2 16 8m

P1: (12m Gear) Climb the corner below the tree and then another corner to the base of the pillar. Trad anchor. P2: (8m, 2 bolts) Climb the chimney on the left side of the pillar. Same belay as Sidewinder.

FA: Kevin Barratt, 1999

Start as for FOF but head right from the first ledge up the face and thin crack towards the hanging corner. Head back left to the anchor via the steep face and wide crack.

FA: Kevin Barratt, 2001

Starts up the middle of the face just right of FOF. Mixed route. Hard technical climbing for the first 3 bolts. Move right to climb left facing corner. Above this gear is needed.

FA: Bryce Martin, 2001

Mixed route. Start right of LRT. Head up the face drifting slightly right through small overlap. Stay just left of the arete.

FA: Cliff Ellery, 2001

Head up the left side of the scoop before heading right under the roof then mantle. Anchors are on the ledge above.

FA: Aaron Ford, 2000

Up the right side of the scoop. Tricky start bulge leads to small holds. Join Robin on the ledge.

FA: Aaron Ford, 2001

Boulder start then climb bad crack right of Batman.

FA: James Field-Mitchell, 2014

The multiple pod feature to the right of Batman.

FA: Martyn Owen, 2006

The bolted line immediately right of Theropod. Steep, technical climbing in a dihedral leads to a mantle, then climb leftward past two bolts to the anchor of Theropod.

FA: Martyn Owen, 2006

The next bolted line to the right of Fossil Free Zone and just left of where you climb up to the narrow ledge for Yoda. Chain link hangers up slab into an awkward corner. **Updated based on hand-drawn topo's from

FA: Bryce Martin, 2001

First climb you come to after climbing onto the narrow ledge, which is the bolted line immediately left of Lock n' Load. Fairly straightforward climbing to the last bolt using pockets, crimps and small side pulls. Baffling and bouldery crux after the 5th clip. Exciting finish onto the ledge.

FA: Jamie Baron, 2012

Heads straight up the centre of the wall right of 'Yoda'. Tricky start to exciting finish.

FA: Aaron Ford, 2000

High step start to fingery moves heading right. Once good holds reached head straight up to ledge. Off ledge move left to finish at same anchors as LnL.

FA: Aaron Ford, 2000

Start as for Stealing Dads Rack but takes the left crack system.

FA: Bryce Martin

Corner right of LnR. Finish over triangular block. Double bolt anchor.

FA: Craig Martin, 2001

Start to the right of the corner. Over the bulge. Double bolt anchor.

FA: Phil Goss, 2001

Up the slab with 1 bolt for protection. Into the corner and follow it to the top.

FA: Dave Garrity, 2000

Starts from the right hand end of the ledge. Follow crack feature to the right of GPT.

FA: Doug Anderson, 2006

FA: Jamie Baron, 2011

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