Third Cliff

(8 routes)

The third in the series. Perhaps the most prominent, and probably the nicest one to climb on, but unfortunately quite limited. There are good boulders for anchors at the top.

Altitude: 
660m
Type: 
Wall
Aspect: 
West
Walk time: 
10 min
Access: 

If the farm track is dry you can drive along about 500 metres to the gate and park there. GThis crag is dorectly opposite over the ridge, with about 100 metres walk. Cut down through the scrub on the north side of the crag, zig-zgging around a bit to find the best route.

Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
Comfortably Pleasant 16 18m
1.02
wire representing trad
Double cracks L of the arete, through short corner with red lichen on R wall.
Peter Whitworth, 2008
Delusion 18 18m
0
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Start up the right crack of CF and step around on to the arĂȘte above the overhang. Pleasant climbing well-protected with micro-cams directly up the arĂȘte and over the small bulge.
Lindsay Main, 2013
Goodbye And Good Riddance 17
0
wire representing trad
To the R is a wide groove. Start on the R side and up the groove for 10m, then up & L to obvious V on LH side of groove. Up this, step L onto ledge, then up steep crack in final wall.
Alan Hill & Peter Whitworth 2008
Crusty Old Salts 14
0
wire representing trad
Same start, continue up the with a move R at the blocks to good pro on the arete, then back to the main groove.
Hamish Reid & Alan Hill 2008
Cracked Pepper 16
0
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To the R is a large flake. Up the LH side (small tree), up a groove to final roof. Either over this (16) or escape R (13)
Hamish Reid & Alan Hill 2008
Scrubba Dub Dub 13
0
wire representing trad
Up the L-R crack across the flake, onto ledge and up easy angled corner
Alan Hill & Hamish Reid 2008
Scary Monsters 16 15m
0
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Around the buttress to the right is a prominent corner/gully with large boulders perched above on the right. Start up the right crack to avoid vege; then step left and pull through (crux) over the steep bit and into the corner with trees. Stay on the left and bridge over wide cracks to the exit.
Lindsay Main, 2017
Tactical Error 16 15m
0
wire representing trad
Starts in the scrub up a steep corner-crack, progressing past the arete on the right. Climb into a wide crack formed by recent earthquake movement; then up right of the arete and over a block to the top.
Lindsay Main, 2018
Attribution: 
Alan Hill
UUID: 
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