Fourth Cliff

(11 routes)

Short cliff but with some good well-defined lines. After the initial scrappy section there is a ledge at 3m. Anchor to boulders at the top and walk off to the north.

Altitude: 
660m
Type: 
Wall
Aspect: 
West
Walk time: 
10 min
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
Triple Indirect 15 10m
0
wire representing trad
Just right of the prow. Scramble onto the ledge 3 metres up. From the left end of ledge climb the corner and roof.
Alan Hill, 2009
Do it for the Kleos 18
1.02
wire representing trad
The prominent Arete near the left end of the crag. Micro stoppers and micro cams recommended. #2 & .75 Camalot needed
Jarrod Alexander 2015
Jamraider 17
0
wire representing trad
To the R, by the roots on the old log. Up blank corner to wide crack and ledge on the L. Move R following the crack (crux) to an easy finish.
Alan Hill, 2009
Thirsty Jim 20
1.02
wire representing trad
Steep thin crack on the prow 2m to the R
Alan Hill & Lindsay Main 2009
Hard Times 18 15m
0
wire representing trad
2m R again. Bulgy groove to scoop with grass, steep corner with crack to large ledge. Short V-corner finish.
Lindsay Main, 2009
Bittersweet Symphony 23 12m
2.01
wire representing trad
The overhanging wall slightly left of the centre of the wall. Large fridge sized block suspended 5 metres off the ground. Hard cranks from the ground with no gear lead to good gear. A few moderate moves lead to lovely casual climbing with good pro to the top
Jarrod Alexander 2015
Sprocket To The Moon 17 15m
1.02
wire representing trad
Left-leaning corner with crack, hard start with undercut (there's a small hebe one metre up).
Alan Hill, 2009
Protection Racket 17 15m
0
wire representing trad
5m R is a crack which leans L, then curves R higher up. Hard start.
Alan Hill, 2009
Conspiracy Theory 19
0
wire representing trad
Awkward slot/groove, moving R at final bulge
Alan Hill, Hamish Reid & Chris Read 2009
Small Beer 18 10m
0
wire representing trad
Three metres right. A boulder problem start followed by easy climbing. Place wires standing on the protruding knob and pull up over the prow to easy ground. Climb the crack and finish up the corner.
Lindsay Main, 2015
Hex-citing 15 7m
0
wire representing trad
A very short route at the right most end of the crag. A short roof leads to a short finger crack. Good pro.
Jarrod Alexander 2015
Attribution: 
Alan Hill