Cabbage Tree Wall

(10 routes)

By the Cabbage Tree.

Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
Flour Girl 21
A climb in two parts on the right edge of the cave. Two bolts protect nice climbing up the wall left of the black streak to the ledge, at the end of the cave floor. Step up to the third bolt with chain-links and pull rightward past another bolt to easier ground. Continue up overhanging finish, moving left to the anchor. There is an easier (but probably dirty) finish moving right, but it tops out above the anchor.
Dave Shotwell, 1999.
Ollie The Dead Cat 20
Natural protection. Start at the intermittent crack in the wall and climb up with wires, then a cam protects the move to the wide crack (crux) and up to a rest before easier climbing up the black crack above. Anchor at a single chain a few metres up the slope. Somewhat loose and dirty. John Birch, 1993.
You Beauty 23
Striking line up a black pillar. Killer moves all the way. Seven bolts mark the way with cruxes at the fourth and sixth bolts. Double bolt and chains anchors. The sixth bolt was added as an extra and marks the second crux "pinching the biscuit." Dave Shotwell, 1999.
You Beauty variation 24
Continue directly above the fourth bolt on You Beauty, passing two more bolts before rejoining You Beauty at the seventh bolt. Richard Kimberley, 2003.
Running Flush 23
Start just right of “You Beauty”; climb straight up past three bolts to join “You Beauty” at its 5th Bolt, finish as for this route. Tony Burnell.
Bluto 24
Sloping holds lure you onto a good undercut below the second bolt. Move up the crack and slightly left to a huge flat hold. Some face moves get you to a good hold just above the third bolt. Up and left onto a ledge shared with You Beauty. Move up and right on to the steep arête where the moves get easier after a committing start. Anchors as for You Beauty. Four bolts. Tony Burnell, 2000.
Vertical Plummet 24
Starts two metres right of Bluto. Up the steep wall to the third bolt and head up the left side of the arete. Five bolts and ring anchors. Andrew Buist, 2002.
Dynamic Implications 25
Shares the same start as Vertical Plummet. From under the roof, climb right on small holds and up the arete, moving fully onto the face at the 4th bolt. Four bolts plus optionally the third bolt of Vertical Plummet. Shares anchor with previous climb. Andrew Buist, 2002.
Popeye 25
On a short steep wall beside the cabbage trees. Easily up to the first bolt, then hard climbing up to and past the third bolt before moving right to the anchor. Three bolts. Tony Burnell, 2000.
Cabbage Patch Kids 24
The right hand route, with easy climbing to the second bolt. Hard moves past the third bolt, then move right to the anchor. Requires some figuring out - the grade is for on-sight. Three bolts. Tony Burnell, 2000.

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