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Follow a crack up through an overlap, and run it out from there to the top. Natural protection. Belay off the Knoll Ridge safety fence.
Mark Sedon, 2000
In winter, the bluffs behind and below the Knoll Ridge café are useful for top roping practice. There is another good waterfall (WI2) below Knoll Ridge at grid ref 314134. Watch for skiers jumping off the top.
In summer, an excellent buttress sits at about 2000m on the upper ski field, due south from the Knoll Ridge Café – and facing more or less south – in a corner of the upper Te Heu Heu valley.
Access is either by walking up the ski field and nipping across to the café or, if it is running, you can purchase a tourist ticket for the chairlift.