Upper Left Cliff

(7 routes)

The cliff is divided into two distict sections seperated by a vegetated gully. The left buttress is the higher of the two, but largely crackless, while the right wall has many cracks and grooves.

Type: 
Wall
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
Playing The Trumpet 16
1.02
wire representing trad
Takes the first crackline right of the gully and is just right of an open yellow groove below a bush (there is a thin seam of red rock on the ledge at this point) Climb the V groove with crack. Near the top step R and up short corner crack.
John Veronese and Alan Hill 2004
Armstrong 17
0
wire representing trad
Just right is a second groove.
Alan Hill Lisa Walter & Martin Uhl 2008
Rootin’ Tootin’ 19
0
wire representing trad
R again is section with a large bulge, and a groove at its RH end. Climb short grooves below the righthand section of the bulge. At the bulge move up and R to the hanging groove/rib. Up this (crux), step L to small bush. Over sloping ledge and up short corner with wide crack.
Alan Hll & John Veronese 2004
Trumpet Player’s Revenge 16
0
wire representing trad
The route is some 15m to the R where a series of grooves leads to a steep upper section. An obvious feature is a split flake which forms a wide crack on this upper section. Start below this flake and clinb a groove to the flake. Move up and l into vegetated slot.
John Veronese and Alan Hill 2004
All That Jazz 19
0
wire representing trad
The deptive groove one metre right. Up groove, stepping R near the near the top of groove,. Onto stacked blocks with care, then up a short steep slot (crux) and past small skyline roof.
Alan Hll & John Veronese 2004
Solid Gone 13
0
wire representing trad
Around the corner there are bushes at cliff foot, and the cliff lies back in angle. Climb the LH side of this easier angled section following a groove with a vegetated finsih.
Alan Hll & John Veronese 2004
Not Bad For A Trumpeter 18
0
wire representing trad
At the RH end of the cliff is a short arete. Start in the recess L of this and climb the LH crack, moving left onto slab at the short steep cracked wall. Finish up higher corner.
John Veronese and Alan Hill 2004
Attribution: 
Allan Hill.