Port Levy

(5 routes)

Where the Port Levy – Pigeon Bay road takes a sharp LH turn and starts to head up to the saddle. Park by the stream and head up to the ridge. The cliff is on the far side.
The righthand buttress has some nice cracks and grooves taking small to medium wires & small cams, plus a large cam for the pillar routes. There is a central pillar with wide cracks on either side.

Type: 
Crag
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
Rock Snot 14
0
wire representing trad
Between the RH wide crack and the groove with totara is a thin crack/groove.
ARH & PG 2006
Cracked Groove 19
0
wire representing trad
Climb the initial part of Rock Snot, then step L and up a groove with thin crack.
PG & ARH 2006
Right Side Of The Pillar 16
0
wire representing trad
Up the wide crack, then groove to the top.
ARH & PG 2006
Left Side Of The Pillar 18
1.02
wire representing trad
Climb the wide crack on the L side to 2 cracks. Gear in the LH one, move out onto the arete and up.
ARH & PG 2006
Tree Groove 21
0
wire representing trad
Same start, squirm behind the broadleaf, and up groove.
PG & ARH 2006
Attribution: 
Descriptions by Allan Hill