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Access issues inherited from Waipari

Please sign in, there is a logbook at the roadside gate. No dogs, no camping or overnighting, no fires. This is a working farm, leave all gates open or closed as you found them.

Ethic inherited from Waipari

Please do not top rope directly through anchor bolts. Please rappel after cleaning anchors, rather than lowering through the bolts (unless the anchor bolts have additional lower-off rings). This is to ensure longevity of the anchor bolts.

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Right most climb on Honeycomb Wall. Easy climbing on the funky rock formations tending to the right.

FA: Chris North & Emily Lane

Fun climbing on honeycomb holds on the vertical face.

FA: Chris North & Emily Lane

Go up the honeycomb holds with many great holds to the anchor.

FA: Chris North & Emily Lane

Up the easy slab to the overhanging arete. Head up the arete keeping slightly to the right, step left into steep slab, and run it out on the top face.

FA: Craig Miller & Sarah Painter, 1999

Follow the bolts up and left. Shares the first bolt of A Change from TV

FA: Craig Miller & Carsten Aver, 1999

Through the overlap.

FA: Unknown

Through the steep face then onto the slab.

FA: Unknown

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