Place info

Little Brown Slab

(4 routes)

The smooth slab below and right of Adelaide Saddle. Contains excellent friction climbing but is often snow covered early season.

  • East

    Aspect

New Zealand map
Type: 
Crag
Aspect: 
East

The smooth slab below and right of Adelaide Saddle. Contains excellent friction climbing but is often snow covered early season.

Reference Name Grade Quality Length Comments Actions
1
17
0
  Luke Newnham, Margot Harkness, Rob Turner, 1985.
2
21
2.01
  Two pitches. 21, 15. Pitch one moves past two bolts to a diagonal ledge.

Pitch one: Murray Judge, Andrew Macfarlane, 1984. Pitch two: Rick McGregor, 1985.

0
  From Lake South America, six pitches of steep slab-climbing to the ridge. A much admired but rarely climbed slab with no avalanche danger.

Bill Denz, Phil Herron, 1975.

18
0
  On the slabs above the terrace around Lake Adelaide; a steep wall then two pitches of slabs and up a corner.

John Dale, Dennis Kemp, Feb 1981.

Attribution: 
Craig Jefferies
This place appears in: 
The Darran Mountains: an alpine and rock climbing guide
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