Fenceline Cliff

(16 routes)

On the ridgeline to the L is a well-featured crag 15-20m high, with a fence running up to the centre of the cliff.
Routes R of the fenceline:

Type: 
Wall
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
Look No Brakes 23
1.02
wire representing trad
1st groove R of fence. Up to roof, round this on poor jam (crux), up crack
Alan Hill & Peter Whitworth (2 falls) 2008
Emission Control 18
1.02
wire representing trad
2m R of the fenceline is a R-facing corner leading to OH. Round this on the L.
Alan Hill & Hamish Reid 2008
Rust Never Sleeps 14
1.02
wire representing trad
2m R again, groove past small bush, then V groove with crack to R of OH. One awkward move to good holds.
Alan Hill & Jack Stanbury 2007
Slipping Clutch 18
0
wire representing trad
7m R again is an arete with crack on RH side, which leads to niche with hebe.
Alan Hill & Hamish Reid 2008
Deals On Wheels 17
0
wire representing trad
Just R again is a R-facing black corner with thin crack above pedastel.Through bulge past hebe.
Alan Hill & Jack Stanbury 2007
Déjà Vu 14
0
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3m R is an offwidth above jammed blocks
Alan Hill & Peter Whitworth 2008
Card Sharp 16
0
wire representing trad
Groove and handcrack just R
Alan Hill & Peter Whitworth 2008
Deceptive Bends 20
1.02
wire representing trad
Routes from the fenceline and heading L. Step off the fencepost into groove, move up & L to crack belwo shrub. Move L and up to OH, back R into groove & follow.
Alan Hill & Hamish Reid 2008
Pocket Eliminate 19
0
wire representing trad
Start below WOF corner. Up and R across slab to ledge. Gain higher ledge then step L onto perched block and up cracked face.
Alan Hill & Peter Whitworth 2008
Warrant Of Fitness 21
1.02
wire representing trad
20m L of fence. Crack in L-facing corner
Alan Hill & Jack Stanbury 2007
Stuck In A Rut 16
0
wire representing trad
Up unprotected groove 5m L, then flared groove with twin cracks.
Alan Hill & Peter Whitworth 2008
H2Go 18
1.02
wire representing trad
Up next groove L, then flared corner with crack.
Peter Whitworth & Alan Hill 2008
Chocks Away 15
0
wire representing trad
L, just before arete. Through roof with distinct triangle.
Jack Stanbury & Alan Hill 2007
Stacked Blocks 14
0
wire representing trad
Just L of arete, up through block feature
Peter Whitworth & Alan Hill 2008
Absorbing Shocker 15
0
wire representing trad
2m L of arete. Up centre of wall, then thin LW trending groove.
Alan Hill & Peter Whitworth 2008
Shocking Absorber 14
0
wire representing trad
2m L agin is a LW trending crack through a short corner.
Hamish Reid &Alan Hill 2008
Attribution: 
Allan Hill