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17 December 2022 at 2:21 PM #212589KrishGuest
Graded based on how they felt compared to the existing climbs on this section:
Alkaline (17m 18)
Thug your way up the hanging corner crack that has limestone flowing down it, approx. 6m left of Indecision. Above this the limestone becomes impossible to avoid, until wonderful granite is encountered in the form of a hanging flake and cracked headwall wall.
K Seewraj, R Doe 17/12/22
Rubik’s (20m 18)
The in-cut chimney approx. 3m left of Indecision, which is exited by an exposed and insecure move onto a flake the face to the left. From here more varied and enjoyable climbing ensues up a face, body sized crack, hanging flake, and corner, before the last crack on the headwall.
R Doe , K Seewraj 17/12/2228 December 2022 at 7:17 AM #212659KrishGuest
Two more fun routes, both of which can be accessed via abseiling in from the large hanging block.
Moving Out (15m 14)
The crack system on the far left of the wall, left of Bland, until you are forced to climb the arete. Avoid reaching round the arete where the loose flake of Bad Directions awaits to unnerve you, and stick to the arete until it is possible to move right to finish up the face.
C Howe, J Hobby, K Seewraj 27/12/22
Crickets (15m 15)
The crack on the left of the hanging prow approx. 4m right of Bland. Steep climbing to gain the crack, which continues at a more relaxed pace.
K Seewraj, C Howe 27/12/22