Fully bolted with tru-bolts (in good condition as of 2014), and a mix of stainless rings/galv chains for anchors (average condition, If your feeling kind, bring some fresh chain & a spanner.. A little run out, but overall cruisy slab climbing with nice long pitches. Two sixty metre ropes is recommended for decent. Leave the rack at home as there are no cracks for gear.
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Starts from the very right side of the big black slab. After clipping the 4th bolt, side step right underneath the distinct 'roof' to the belay hidden beside a shrub.
Bolted on lead
The belay anchor is off to the left of line of bolts, may be hidden by debris, keep looking...
Cool route name! might i
Cool route name!
might i suggest a slight improvement: Shiny shiny, shiny bolts of goodness.
They have done well to last
They have done well to last as we put that route up about 10 years ago and it's wet wet wet in there. There is a 5 pitch route on the LHS of the face too (the original route there). Some pitches were bolted on lead.