Warratah Wall

(10 routes)

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Type: 
Wall
Aspect: 
North West
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
5 Unnamed Sport Route 19 11m
0
2bolts
Short steep start past one bolt, use the crack to mantle to the ledge. Past one morebolt on the headwall to DRB.
Phil Higgins
6 Dreamweaver 17 11m
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2bolts
Steep move to the ledge and then a run out across easier ground. Two bolts and anchor.
Phil Higgins
7 Cold Fusion 15 11m
0
2bolts
The easiest line on this wall. A delicate start to bigger jugs. Climb though good holds to an anchor shared with #6. Protected by two bolts.
Phil Higgins
8 Fatboy 16 11m
0
1bolts
The wandering route that starts in the gully. Climb to the bolted boulder, clip the hanger and then carry on up through jugs to the DRB.
Phil Higgins
8a Flight Facilities 22 18m
0
6bolts
Right of Fatboy, belay at an eyrie between flax and small pohutakawas a few metres above the track. Scramble up the gully to the first bolt on the right wall, continue up the rib to the K2 belay ledge. Move left to the crux wall, and finish by grooving up the rounded crack. DRB.
Andrew Wilkinson and Dave Offner (08/09/16)
9 Konichiwa Two 22 6m
0
4bolts
From Warratah Left Side scramble up the hillside to the base of the boulder that comprises Cable Right Side. The face route high above the others. Start from a boulder embedded on the hill side (DRB) and pass two bolts to mantle a ledge. Climb through the face and past one more bolt to a shared anchor with the next route to the right.
Phil Higgins, Chris Devenoges
10 Short Crack 15 7m
0
3bolts
Climb the line of bolts to the right of the crack. DRB as K2. Three bolts to anchor.
Phil Higgins, Chris Devenoges
11 Nami 16 8m
0
The leftmost line on the bolder. Start at the left corner and climb tending right to the DBC anchor shared with the route below.
Chris Devenoges, Phil Higgins
12 Geisha Girlz 16 8m
0
The juggy line through the weakness on the blunt arete.
13 Hangdog Whipper 19 8m
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1bolts
Start off the low boulder and over the bulge to the bolt (don't miss this clip!). Straight up to the DRB anchor.
Phil Higgins