In an area .5km north-west of Torbay Head, in West Cape Howe National Park, I put up two trad lines and explored the obvious variations on a granite headwall. The headwall is located downhill from a 4WD parking area. The routes take the left-hand and right-hand sides to the layback/under-cling flake shaped like a upside down sickle, with a yellow granite intrusion on the southern side.
Left-hand side of the sickle is around the grade 18 and the right-hand side is slightly harder at around grade 19. The crux is exiting the sickle and surmounting the top section of the headwall.
Thirty first of December (gr 18). Rob Kettels, Aparna Ramesh and Larissa Losch
Right-side: with variations
The cows udder (gr 19). Rob Kettels, Aparna Ramesh and Larissa Losch
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