Place info

Grey Wall

(2 routes)

Take Red Arete track and continue up scree and right to gully below the Grey Wall. Keep on the left side and up broken ledges rightwards to the base. Rap anchors in left gully for descent.

  • North East

    Aspect

Type: 
Wall
Aspect: 
North East

Take Red Arete track and continue up scree and right to gully below the Grey Wall. Keep on the left side and up broken ledges rightwards to the base. Rap anchors in left gully for descent.

Reference Name Grade Quality Length Comments Actions
SS
17 ,15 ,17
0
 
  1. Starts low down on the left up slab to ledge.
  2. Up short wall to bolted slab.
  3. Right and up to ledge on right. Bolt belays 30m apart for descent.

Murray Judge, Bronwyn Judge, 2012

SOG
17 ,19 ,21 ,18 ,18
0
2
 
  1. Up short wall to bolted slab.
  2. Left then up to first overlap then left to belay.
  3. Steep balance moves through 2 overlaps.
  4. Climb outside edge of large flake to belay on good ledge.
  5. Right across ledge then up slab. Belay rings 30m apart for descent.

Murray Judge, Rob Connolly, 2012

Comments

Comments

Acces to the crag was very unstable, ended up in a free climb of a 3m high wall (14 grade i think :) to reach the wall which was wet, and mossy (ok this is not so wuprising in MAY) dd not climb and went to kingfishers slab which is great, and easy acces. Hiking out of the area was dangeorus, (down in the 14 grade route, than scrambling on VERY loose ground) wouldl not reccomend it.
Take extra precautions.

oh. this comment might sound like from somebody who just got out of a city, and overreacting, but I do live in the area and hike a lot, even off route so I am not a whiner, might be that a rockslip changed the scneario. ?

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