Little Cliffs

(9 routes)

Outlying butresses to the right of the crag,(as you approach)

Type: 
Wall
Aspect: 
South
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
Kelvinator Crack 17 15m
0
5bolts
Found just to right of the steps at the bottom of the access gully. Hit the crux at the first staple/ bolt to gain the ledge. move up the weakness to the crack, use the jam to make the jugs to the top, and double rap station.
Grant Piper 2016
Joker Hysterical Face 23
0
/On the next Buttress towards the main cliff. /
Chain Reaction 21 15m
0
5bolts
Start on the slightly overhung face to gain a crack system just above the 3rd staple. Climb the crack system to the rap chains.
Grant Piper 2016
Pressure Test 24
0
On the next Buttress towards the main cliff. Starting on an undercut slab cross a small roof trend L then back R after 4th bolt to finish up lichenous white wall. 4 B w/o hangers. Tony Burnell 98
Miro 18
0
5bolts
On the next Buttress towards the main cliff. A slabby face hidden behind the bush and R of obvious crack.
Pete Sykes '91
Staple Diet 18 17m
0
5bolts
Goes up a face, starting left of a gully a slightly vegetated ledge, then continue directly up the face to rap station.
Grant Piper 2016
Camelot Corner 15 15m
0
4bolts
Climb up the wide crack (bridge, it's easier) to a huge ledge, then proceed up the obvious face, (it's a lot easier than it looks!!) to a crux move at the top and a chain anchor
Cam Pawson 2016
Die Yuppie Die 20
0
wire representing trad
On the deceptively unsteep face to the left. A direct line up the left of the steep face that probably finishes up Principal with lots of small cracks minimal pro (wires).
Athol Whimp '91
Principal 20
0
wire representing trad
On the deceptively unsteep face to the left. Original line starting on the R at the overhang diagonals L to gain a definite crack line on left of the face then straight up. Placed pro (minimal) .Lead and cleaned on-sight.
Bill McLeod '91

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