|Reference||Title||Grade||Length||Quality||Bolts||Gone||Natural pro||Edit link|
Starting near the left end of the crag, take the line of least resistance following cracks and blocks to the top. The name comes from the repeated call of one of the students on the first ascent.
Graeme Dingle, OPC students, 1974
|2||Ray’s Misty Climb||18||50m||
In the middle of the cliff is an obvious recess topped by an overhang. Climb up this and out left, before the overhang is reached, and move up a series of cracks to the top. Some quite tricky moves.
Ray Button, Graeme Dingle, 1976
|3||Easy Day For A Hobbit||16||50m||
Start in the recess, just right of the previous route, but move out right onto the arête. Continue up the arête, over a series of overlaps which provide interesting moves, to the top.
Graeme Dingle, Ray Button, 1976
Misty Mountain Buttress
The large buttress immediately left of the Bomb Bay Cliff and clearly visible from the descent gully from the Bomb Bay climbs. The rock is fairly low angled, and some is quite friable. Routes are described from left to right.