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Climb good rock to a double bolt belay.
Scramble up loose but not obnoxious rock, past one bolt. You can use this as a runner but it was primarily placed for abseiling.
A hand crack that requires some larger gear (#2–#3 Camalots). Stonking. Double bolt abseil rings.
The TV Slab
A steep slab of rock, west of Alack, above the Cleves Glacier, offers good crag climbing. It gained notoriety and a name when Graeme Dingle and others climbed it for a TV crew during the 70s. Bolt belays added by Nick Cradock (two ropes needed for abseiling off).
Graeme Dingle, Murray Jones, 1970