Type: 
Area

The back northern section of boulder characterized by a lot of high ball problems.

Reference Name Grade Quality Length Comments Actions
53
V2
3
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Easy pocket climbing slowly gets harder to a bald and exposed top out.

58
V0
3
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Take the narrow grove and then the slab to the top.

59
V1
0
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Harder start leads to easier climbing on great pockets.

60
V1
0
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Smeary start and sustained top out.

61
VM
3
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Lower Angled slab with great pockets and holds in good places.

62
VM
2.01
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Climbing up the chipped steps to the top. Slightly more difficult crux move is near the top.

67
VM
0
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Perhaps the best access route for putting up a top robe. Follow up the chipped jugs.

26
V1
2.01
7m
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  Easy scrambling to the half-way ledge. Move delicately on the second half as the bowl-shaped rock opens up into more of a flat-slab, gradually making stemming more difficult. Getting down is arguably more fun than getting up!

Connaughugh Liddall, 2017. Jamie Prout, 2017

Attribution: 
North Otago Alpine Club
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