To the left of the Righthand Wall.
This is accessed via Track Two, or by following the base of the crag for 60m from the left end. A large area of water-worn boulders opens on your right, this is a good place to scope the of climbs.
The Hidden Wall area is reached by the trail that runs along the foot of the crag left of the start for High Ideals. Move left and up hugging trees for 20m or so metres.
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Good varied climbing on fantastic holds. From the tree, head up the slab using opposing side pulls. Rock straight through the bulge to easier ground. Tackle the small flake and move through to the anchor.
Paul Rogers, April 2002.
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Climb the steep slab past 3 bolts. Devious moves go slightly right to a hard sequence over the bulge. Climb straight through to the last bolt.
Mark Sedon, April 2002.
Originally climbed on natural gear, this climb has been retro-bolted and makes an engaging, sporty outing, ‘the biggest holds you’ll ever fall off.’ . Starts as for Safety in Numbers. At the 3rd bolt, traverse right through edges and ledges. Mantle over to the anchor.
Paul Rogers, Hugh Barnard 1993.
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