Right Hand End

(17 routes)

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Type: 
Wall
Access: 

Follow the track up and right turn right down the new path, the first two climbs
are before the bridge.

Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
Bloody Knuckles 17
0
2bolts
This is the last line on the Main Wall proper, just before the track heads up to the upper tier and the right hand wall. It was Joe's first bolted line. Apon tightening up the final bolt.... he discovered that if your hand slips mid-torque, your knuckles can get shredded!
Joe Morrow, Matt Natti
Donning the Ramset Rack 14
0
3bolts wire representing trad
This mixed line, which had all the bolts placed on lead, cruises up the fun gully/ slab just above "Second Ascent." The gear is SMALL nuts after the first bolt, followed by a good mid size cam placement after the second bolt (though if 14 is well below your limit, just using the bolts should be sweet). (Single Ring Bolt on top)
Matt Natti, Matt Donn 16/12/07
Chimney Fire 16
0
wire representing trad
Just left of the start of "SoL" is a cool, blocky, off-width chimney-thing. This climb LOVES big gear (1st acs used #s 4,5 and 6 BD cams!). It can, however, be done with a few creative placements from a standard rack and a long sling. Cams up to #6BD (DCB)
Matt Natti, Kane Fleury 26/6/08
Captain Hook 18
1.02
wire representing trad
"Arrrrgh!" This short little finger crack is just left of the top of "CF" and can be accessed by topping "CF" or "DtRR." Standard rack (DBB)
Matt Natti, Kane Fleury 26/6/08
Open Project
0
This is the line of bolts just above "Chimney Fire" and right of "Captain Hook." It can be accessed by either doing "CF" or "DtRR" and lowering down to the belay of "CF." 4 bolts (DBB) -This line requires a hammer and a spanner to set and tighten the bolts still. Also, it appears that the nut on the bottom bolt fell off as well, so a 10mm SS nut is required to tighten down the hanger.
Spice of Life 19
2.01
9bolts
A great line with a bit of height and a bit of exposure. Starts just up and right of the chains for "Hold the Jam" and cruises up easy shelves to a BIG ledge (ring belay). It then cruises up the left side of the scoop on cool holds, reaches around an exposed arete (secret left-hand jug) and up the face to the top. This line has a great variety of moves and holds including chicken heads, mantles, crimps, slab and Reperoa's "most user friendly jug!" Can be done as 2 pitches, though much nicer done as one. 1p- 4 bolts (14)(DRB), 2p- 5 bolts (19) (DRB)
Matt Natti, Fionn Claydon 10/11/07
var. Not so Spicy 18
0
Since the addition of the project on the second tier, up and left of "SoL," an "Sol" variation can be done. By exiting left at the scoopy ledge before the final bolt, you can use the final bolt and rings of the new proj instead.
Matt Natti
Moving Day 17
0
This fun little line cruises up the arete just left of "Picking on the Skinny Kid" and also shares its anchors.
Matt Natti 11/11/07
Project
0
wire representing trad
This is the stunning finger crack, right of "SoL." It has a single bolt to protect the start. Closed Protect until the tape is removed, then, pretty staunch undertaking.
Picking on the skinny kid 17
2.01
3bolts
Starts below the large cave and make nice dynamic moves on great holds up and into the top cave, from here clip and move left out to the broom bush to clip the anchors. 3 Bolts, DBA.
Tom Johns, 23/9/07
Lady Patience 19
0
2bolts
Just right of ‘Picking on the skinny kid’, Climb into the shallow hueco and clip then move up and right around the bulgy arête to top ledges. 2 Bolts, DBA.
Tom Johns, 23/9/07
All the tired Cliques 18
1.02
After the bridge. Climb the really smooth slab with the dimples to sloper and clip, then up the dark groove trending left to avoid the jungle. Shares anchors with Lady patience. Watch out for the first clip as a fall can land you in the pit. 2 Bolts, DBA.
Tom Johns solo 22/9/07
Split Ends 16
1.02
1bolts wire representing trad
Start around the corner (to the right) from "All the Tired Cliques." This line has a bouldery start, protected by a single bolt, before it enters a crack on the left. Climb up to a ledge at about the halfway point and then continue up to a lefthand exit. Standard rack, 1 bolt (DCB)
Sarah Painter, Andrew Williams 2/08
Resistance is Futile 18
1.02
wire representing trad
Climb crack including flake, which now offers good gear. Crux is at the bottom. Done un-cleaned ground up with rope but no good gear to the sounds of Matt Natti’s “something anytime now would be good tom” CD’s to size three and wires. Chain anchor.
Tom Johns, 22/9/07
Death from above 14
0
wire representing trad
Continue down the track to a large cave thing. Another un-cleaned, ground up ascent. This time by Brad. Start in the cave and climb the curving crack to the slab where the crack thins. Cams to size 4, DBA shared with arête.
Brad Heuson, 23/9/07
Arete 19
0
4bolts
A classic arête. Start down the hill from the cave and climb both sides of the arête following the bolts. 4 Bolts, DBA.
Brad Heuson, 23/9/07
Miles from anywhere 13
2.01
wire representing trad
From the arête continue up and around until you see a chimney thing (this is as far as the track goes so you cant really get lost). Start in the chimney and follow the crack up and right around of the roof then up to the top. Watch out for gear behind the wobbly blocks in the chimney. Takes all gear, chain anchor to right.
Tom Johns, 23/9/07