Left Side

(20 routes)

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Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
Hex Arete 19 12m
0
Chimney up the deep slot with the white-yellow slots. Place a friend in the upper one and swing up and out right to the holds and a slot for a bomber #6 hex. Move up and right to join Gone with the Wind. Next pro is a thread at the top of the arete. Committing.
John Chambers, 1996
GW Gone with the Wind 18
0
The Rred arete on the left of this wall.Start as for L.I.G bridging up to the ledge, climb the wall on right side of the arete. Limited pro
Lindsay Main '83
LG Let It Grow 18 12m
0
The crack on the wall between two chimneys. Tackle the low bulge on the right, then up top wall. Protection just adequate.
Lindsay Main '83
AB Afghan Bandit 20
0
The arête right of L.I.G. started by climbing Skunk to ledge at 3m. Then climb straight up arête with spaced protection. (Snelder and Tweedie) Lindsay Main climbed left wall on first ascent.
Lindsay Main 1983
Y Yisturdie 16 8m
0
wire representing trad
A clean crack line on wall left side of skunk gully, discovered on guide book check. Quite good.
Ton Snelder (solo), 1985
Skunk 7 13m
0
The deep poxy chasm with a large root at the bottom. Also a descent route.
SS Sinking Ship 15 12m
0
wire representing trad
The wide crack just right of an arête 2m right of Skunk. Gross.
Lindsay Main, 1978
SO Social Ostracyte 20 13m
0
The wall to right of Sinking Ship. Start up Sinking Ship to the bulge, place runners and move up right to bolt. Continue to top.
Roger Parkyn, 1984
SOD Social Ostracyte Direct 24 14m
0
A direct start to Social Ostractye.
Peter Smale
CT Changing Times 18 12m
0
wire representing trad
Boulder tricky moves at bottom of thin crack,then easier top.
Merv English, 1982
C Crucifix 21 12m
0
wire representing trad
Starts up crack 2m left of Gooders Line and then proceeds up crux on bulging arête. Good protection, #2 friend and wires at crux. Top arête is scungy and unprotected.
Lindsay Main, 1983
IB Idol Boys 23 12m
1.02
Direct line up the arete left of Gooders Line. Start under the prong (don't worry – the epoxy resin holding it in place seems to work), make powerful moves up to clip the first bolt, then swing around left (crux) to a good stance on the hanging slab. Move back right onto the arete and proceed up on good holds to another crux moving up past the third bolt to get established on the sloping prow. Then easily up to the belay. 3 bolts, double eyebolt belay.
Paul Jackson, John Chambers, 1997
GL Gooders Line 16 14m
0
Prominent right facing corner, good technique avoids thrutching up the top offwidth looking section. The best of the early routes here. Good protection.
Ross Gooder, 1971
R Rubicon 21 13m
0
wire representing trad
Up the wall and through the bulgy wall and roof 2m right of Gooders Line. Good protection. Upper section gets dirty after rain.
Lindsay Main, 1983
IT It’s Tough at the Top 20 13m
0
wire representing trad
Start up the thin crack 3m right of Gooders Line. Move right to upper bulges and up to the top. Protection adequate (#1 ; #2 Friends).
Lindsy Main, 1983
EM Eight Million Years 20 14m
1.02
4bolts
Arete to the R of It's Tough at the top. It's a wonder it was left so long
Lindsay Main, 2000
True Blue 15 14m
0
The totally overgrown corner right of It’s Tough at the Top. Not the best.
Ross Gooder, 1971
Velvet Prescribed 21
0
wire representing trad
Faint corner L of Dumping Velvet. Wire at the start clip the 2nd bolt of D.V. Bold.
John Chambers 1992
DV Dumping Velvet 19
0
Climb directly up the wall using layways and one goodish hold 'til you reach the first bolt. Bridge up on easier ground to the 2nd bolt, then commit up the steeper, fingery wall. Above this holds improve – keep going (possible medium nut placement) 'til you reach a good ledge and the belay. 2 bolts, plus double ring belay station. Runout to the 1st bolt (watch you don't end up in the bushes) and above the 2nd bolt (the one wire comes somewhat too late) – not a sport route!
Joe Arts, 1983
Gravy Train 15 10m
0
Climb the arête right of Dumping Velvet. where the cliff turns a corner. Pretty ugly.
John McCallum (solo), 1978

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