Right Hand Crag

(8 routes)

RH Crag. Start off on the ledge, which is best approached from the right hand side.

Type: 
Wall
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
Dx Dominatrix 20 10m
0
wire representing trad
The first, bulging crack-line.
Gavin Tweedie 1990
BO Bleedin' Obvious 19 18m
1.02
wire representing trad
The middle crack.
Clare Kermode '90
Exhaust Specialities 18 20m
1.02
wire representing trad
Up the brown groove between B.O. and Prima Donna. Good bridging up crack and wall.
PM Prima Donna 17 20m
2.01
wire representing trad
The R-most of 3 cracks, starting from a vegetated platform. Bridge up the obvious groove to a small bulge, then L and up.
Lindsay Main '79
FR Front Runner 24 25m
0
wire representing trad
The steep arete to the R of PD. Start on the Rh-side of the arete, then move back L-wards at mid hieght, and back R-wards before the crux bulge. Climb the bulge to the arete crest, and follow through with 10m of easier climbing to the bollard anchor. Has good runners but can be runnout at times.
Bill McLeod 1991
Not a Contraceptive 17 30m
0
wire representing trad
Up the groove, step R and finish up the headwall.
Gavin Tweedie '90
Pianississimo 13
0
wire representing trad
Climbs the flakey rib over the top of the hole in the rock at the RH end of the Right Cliff.
Alan Hill and Jon Veronese 2005
Volich Unverbindlich 25
0
2bolts wire representing trad
Somewhere on the Rh-wall. Includes bolts??
Ton Snelder 1990
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