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Tee Face

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Part of

It is called Tee Face after the prominent ‘T’ in the centre of the face.
This crag offers few opportunities for placing pro and is better suited to top-roping.
Descent is by climbing upwards slightly and back into Hongis. Its proximity to Tahurangi Lodge and sunny aspect make this an excellent top roping crag for beginners.

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Aspect
North
Lat/lon
POINT (174.080343 -39.29007)
Topo50
BJ29 932 505
Access

Follow the Summit Track, on the left there is a small rather crumbly outcrop

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Routes

Reference Title Grade Length Pro Quality Operations
1 1Pulling Teeth, 16 16 9m
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  • P1
  • 16
  • 9m
  • Trad

Start 2m from Captain Hook to the left. Climb direct up the line to a ledge, then over the overhang to the right (don’t use the face to the left for foot holds). Great jugs on top of overhang.


2 2Captain Hook, 17 17 9m
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  • P1
  • 17
  • 9m
  • Trad

3 3Tee Direct, 14 14 9m
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  • P1
  • 14
  • 9m
  • Trad

4 4Skippers, 14 14 9m
0

  • P1
  • 14
  • 9m
  • Trad

5 5Unlucky Number, 16 16 9m
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  • P1
  • 16
  • 9m
  • Trad

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