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JFMAMJJASONDAll Trad climbing
Climbs starting to the left of the old look-out ruins.
★ Atlantic Wall
When looking left from the look-out this starts just at the ridge-line/sky-line, where a slab leans against the cliff. Start up the left side of the slab.
Descent: scramble to the top and hike down, or walk rightwards to the rappel anchors (2x60m) -- they are one level down (reasonable down-climb, marked by cairns).
★★ Double Dassie
Climb the blunt arete to the right of Lookout. At the small ledge, pull up onto the fin (sounds hollow, but seems solid) and move strenuosly up and slightly right. Finish up the ramp to the broad ledge.
FA: Richard Halsey, Dec 2017
|6||★ Bantry Crag||15||3|
FA: Richard Behne & Mike Scott, 7 Mar 2015
★★★ Rainbow Crag
Starts just left of the concrete of ruins of the lookout on the left side of a detached flake.
Descent: either hike to the top, or go about 5m skiers-right and down to a rappel anchor (2x60m to bottom).
|13||★||Atlantic Wall||110m, 4|
|★★★||Rainbow Crag||67m, 3|