North-west Wall

(7 routes)

This is the smaller wall first seen when driving to the crag, beside the Panama Road junction. The routes are short and vegetated, with variable natural protection.

Altitude: 
560m
Type: 
Wall
Aspect: 
North West
Walk time: 
10 mins
Access: 

Park at the saddle near the junction with Panama Road and walk along the road a short distance, and then up to the right side of the cliff.

Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
Crack 1 15
0
wire representing trad
On the far left. This is a right-facing corner with gorse.
Lindsay Main, 1979
Crack 2 17
0
Two metres right. A groove with gorse.
Lindsay Main, 1979
Anarchy 11 15m
0
wire representing trad
A slot four metres right - reasonably protectable. Bridging through a bulge.
Lindsay Main, 1979
Iniquity 13 15m
0
wire representing trad
A scrubby corner 4 metres right with a big log leaning against it. Up right slab/wall past gorse, then bridge up deceptively hard corner. Jugs at top.
Lindsay Main, 1979
Artistic License 12 12m
0
wire representing trad
Directly above a rock pile. Bridge across two thin cracks which are close together, moving left onto the arĂȘte about halfway up. Easy finish on the arĂȘte. Reasonable pro.
Lindsay Main, 1979
Vol Au Vente 12
0
wire representing trad
The V-groove two metres right. Move left where it steepens. Not well protected.
Alan Hill, 1994.
Scalper's Groove 11
0
wire representing trad
Climb the groove past several gorse bushes above the tree stump to the right.
Alan Hill, 1994
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