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Description

Typical Froggatt climbing. Pockets, pockets and more pockets! Grades 19 to 25.

Access issues inherited from Froggatt Edge

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Approach

Is the wall you first see as you drive into Froggatt. Park as for Main Cliff and walk back around the corner. Sunstrike starts immediatly above the fence.

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FA: Dave Garrity & Bryce Martin, 1999

Follows the incipient curving crack system, first protection a high peg. Follow the crack, trending left after the peg then back right and up the groove.

FA: Bryce Martin, 2018

The obvious crack line less than a meter left of Ignimbrite which nastily retrobolted it. Watch the rock quality down low. Name and grade provisional pending more information, but the FA is contentious.

FA: 1990

Left line of bolts. Climb up on the crack and face. 20 is laughable if the crack is in but we'll let it go.

FA: Richard Bull

Great climb. Steep start up to ledge, thru steep section, over onto slab.

FA: Simon Cook

The obvious crack next to 'Streetwise'.

Starts narrow and progressively widens to Camalot #4-5 at the top.

First ascent unknown, but surely has been done before.

Easier start to overhang, then onto slab to anchors.

FA: Bryce Martin & Roger Bays, 1990

Steep start to technical face on small pockets all the way to top.

FA: Luke Newnham, 1991

Great arete climb. Up thru crack to start, thru short groove on to face. Move left then back right onto the arete and power up to mantle for anchors.

FA: Luke Newnham, Bryan Moore & Bryce Martin, 1990

FA: Dave Vass, 1991

Hard start off the ledge to fingery technical crux. Continue on through sharp pockets to finish.

FA: Luke Newnham & Bryce Martin, 1990

hard back and footing to layback and anchor off trees. Good fun 15.

FA: Bryce Martin & Kevin Barratt, 1999

Steep powerful climbing on pockets leads to an exciting finish.

FA: Ton Snelder, 1993

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