Little Transmitter

(4 routes)

This small crag with a Cabbage tree on top can be seen from Dyers Pass Road below the main crag. The rock is OK quality and worth a visit. All four climbs go to a double ring anchor at the top of the crag. Developed by Ben Gibbins and Ben Lucas. Any feedback on the routes would be appreciated.

Altitude: 
250m
Type: 
Crag
Aspect: 
North East
Walk time: 
20 minutes
Access: 

To access the crag, walk along the track towards Transmitter. As soon as the first crag comes into view, head down the hill to a small broken outcrop of rock (about 50 meters from the track). Directly below this outcrop is a shallow gully. Head down the hill following a broad ridge just right of this gully. You will see an opening in the forest as you approach the top of the crag. It takes about 10 minutes to reach the crag from the track.

Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
Little Monchichi 15 12m
0
wire representing trad
The thin series of cracks running up the left side of the crag. Follow the cracks up into the corner. Take your very small cams and wires. Good gear
Ben Gibbins 2012
Mixed Bag 18 12m
0
4bolts
The left sport route. Climb up to the grassy ledge. Once here you can use a long draw to clip the second bolt of the next route or just head left. Figure out the smeary crux and climb on to easier ground. The first bolt is shared with the next route.
Ben Gibbins 2012
Oppa Transmitter Style 19 12m
0
5bolts
The right sport route. Head right after the grassy ledge and up. Reach right at the crux and then find the good hold on the small arete with the left hand. Climb on to easier ground.
Ben Gibbins 2012
Fat Leo 13 12m
0
wire representing trad
From the cabbage tree at the bottom of the crag go strait up and rock over left at half height. At the small roof go left towards the anchor. Good Gear.
Ben Gibbins 2012