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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
11 The Crazy Canadian

Climb up to the grassy ledge at half height, then blast up the black slab with the crack running up it.

FA: Oliver Rickford & Terry Forbes, 19 Jan 2010

Trad 12m
18 Ruby Tuesday

Starting just to the right of TCC, this climbs the blocky and steep arete. Climb up to ledge on right, then tackle the hard step accross move. From here to top.

FA: Matt Schimke

Trad 12m
18 Dwarf Shortage

Start 2 metres to the left of Grommet on the slighly overhung face, with an attractive crack at the top. Climb the steep jugs until you pull onto a ledge. Put some bomber gear in then blast up the crack.

FA: Matt Schimke

Trad 12m
4 Grommet

Chossy climb/scramble up the corner. Some good gear if you want.

FA: Denise Crook & Mark Plerderleith, 1988

Trad 12m
13 Moon Tan

Climb the face 2 metres to the left of LH, the top has some exciting moves.

Starting below the left leaning crack offers the best protection.

FA: Michael & Alistair Byron, 1988

Trad 12m
12 Lady Hawk

A good beginner lead with enough gear to keep the innocent happy. Start just to the right of arete, and follow weakness slightly left, before trending back right at the top.

FA: Michael & Alastair Byron, 1988

Trad 12m
16 No Horizontal Moves

Climb up the slab using the horizontal slots. With the pillar gone it is no longer contrived as you cannot bridge on it. Might not have much gear as it was originally done on Toprope.

FA: Michael & Alistair Byrom

Trad 10m
16 Ashtrays Of Emotion

Climb the thin wispy crack 1m to the left of the arete to a ledge. Place some RP's in left trending track and continue to top.

FA: Mark Plenderleith & Denise Crook, 1988

Trad 12m
21 R Leave The Cripple At Home

Start on the flat rock at the bottom of the arete, pull on the jugs. Get to ledge and blast up on sidepulls and gastons. Quite serious, as there is no gear in the top half. Originally a TR climb.

FA: Alistair & Michael Byrom

Trad 12m
21 Mike And The Mechanic

Start just to the right of arete in steep bulgy crack. Climbs this untill trending slightly right into the Mambo Man crack corner at the top.

FA: Mike Cook & Frank Egyed, 1988

Trad 12m
21 Mambo Man

Climb the left trending jug haul just to the right of MATM, then straight up into a small corner. Look for the small hanging flake at half height. Not much gear in the first half.

FA: Ian Harrison & Mark Plenderleith, 1988

Trad 12m
20 Fagends Of The Aristocracy

Takes the obvious right facing corner above the start of Mambo Man . A bit contrived but if you manage to resist stepping right onto Twisted Sister it has an exciting conclusion.

FA: Ian Harrison & Mark Plenderleith, 1988

Trad 12m
16 Twisted Sister

Climb the slightly overhung crack corner, 1 meter to the left of BTTB.

FA: Mark Plenderleith, Ian Harrison & Denise Crook, 1988

Trad 12m
16 Bad To The Bone

Starts 2 meters to the left of Pipeline at crackline. Follow this to top.

FA: Mark Plenderleith & Denise Crook, 1988

Trad 11m
16 Pipeline

Start 1 meter to the left of Cardiac Arete. Follow crackline on brilliant rock to cruxy bulge, then topout to tree belay to the left.

FA: Frank Egyed & Mike Cook, 1988

Trad 12m
19 Cardiac ArĂȘte

Climb obvious arete just to the right of Pipeline.

FA: Frank Egyed & Mike Cook, 1988

Trad 12m
20 Fortune Favours The Fuckwit

Contrived, straight up the grey wall on the right side of Cardiac Arete to a large break, up right onto ledge. From here to top.

FA: Mark Plenderleith, Michael Freemantle & Ian Harrison, 1988

Trad 12m
16 Break Dance

The beautiful crack corner just to the right of FFTF. Some loose rock on the top out.

Trad 12m
12 Redgarten Wall

Straight up the red wall to the right of BD.

Trad 18m

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