Assassination Wall

(6 routes)

The first obvious wall, to the right above the track when entering “Secret Valley” from the
main track. Huge potential for more routes exists here.

Type: 
Wall
Aspect: 
East
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
Drastically Hip 16 20m
0
6bolts
About mid-way along “Assassination Wall” is a crack system on a high part of the wall. On the right of this is a very thin seam that leads up to short corner. Climb this line, then step out to the left after the corner to finish up the slab.
Yvon (Vo) de Moissac 1-Mar-98
Oranges And Lemons 14 9m
0
An arete on the left end of a lichenous face, about 15 metres to the right of “Drastically Hip”. Getting down may be a problem.
Phil Higgins (solo) Jan-90
Clockwork Orange 13 9m
0
The orange face 1 metre right of “Oranges and Lemons”. Exit as for previous climb.
Phil Higgins (Solo) Jan-90
Bad Jelly the Bitch 14 14m
2.01
5bolts
The slabby face about 10 metres right of “Clockwork Orange”, finishing on the slab below the top.
Allan Cox / Stuart Gerritsen 9-Apr-94
Assassination Rhapsody 18 13m
0
3bolts
A next slabby face, 5 metres right of “Bad Jelly The Bitch”, also finishing on a ledge just below the top. 3 bolts that do not take hangers, and bolt with fixed peg belay.
Phil Higgins / Dave Smith Jan-90
Momma & Poppa Hank 18 18m
0
6bolts
Near the right hand end of “Assassination Wall” is another clean high area that has caught the imagination of climbers over the years. Follow the shallow corner to finish up the slab.
Vo de Moissac 19-Apr-98
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