The Escarpment

(3 routes)

The Escarpment comprises a long section of crag encompassing two alcoves capped by horizontal blocks, the right most of these has a space through which you can climb, and in fact, is by Alan Hills "Strange But True". The left most section comprises a small (4.0mts high) steep, amphitheatre, split by several steep crack lines, right of this is the first of two alcoves, there is a prominent right facing corner at the left side which leads up to the roof.

Type: 
Wall
Aspect: 
East
Access: 

The following routes are to the R of The Superbowl 50m R of the fenceline. A huge flat rock forms a bridge/tunnel across the top of the cliff.

Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
Psychological Problems 19
0
wire representing trad 1
At the LH end of the large OH to the L. Start up on ledge, ,mone up and R into scoop, then up wide bulging crack.
Pete Gresham, 2004
Ornithosis Groove 16
0
wire representing trad
4m to the L is a corner system. Start on ledge. Step up and L onto hollowed-out ledge, then into niche (#3 cam). Up corner on excellent rock, finishing either through cracked bulge, or on the R.
Alan Hill, 2004
Strange But True 13
0
wire representing trad
Climbs through the hole, with an awkward start up a short groove on the L.
Alan Hill, 2004