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Jolly Cobbler Wall

(6 routes)

Right of Gumps

  • North East

    Aspect

Type: 
Wall
Aspect: 
North East

Right of Gumps

Reference Name Grade Quality Length Comments Actions
1
23
2.01
30m
9X bolts
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  To the left of 'The Jolly Cobbler'. Starts at ground level behind the trees. Up the vertical brown wall to a big pocket then head rightwards onto a ledge for a welcome rest. Some devious moves take you to another bridging rest beneath the rooflet for a quick shakeout. A long reach out right to a hidden hold leads the way out onto the bulging headwall. Sprint for the top but be mindful to hit the two pockets above in the right sequence!, 9 QDs,

Steve Carr 2014

2
24
2.01
9X bolts
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  Overhanging by more than a metre throughout its length, devious and strenuous in nature, this route clocks in at around grade 23/24. Starts at ground level behind the trees - pull leftwards across the lip of the overhang on solid knobs then straight up to the base of the crackline. Fingerlocks abound up the stunning upper wall with a wide array of fantastic features. Superlative climbing.

Steve Carr 2015

3 & 4
18 ,20
2.01
30m
13X bolts
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The first route to breach the unclimbed wall right of Gump's.
Can be climbed in one long 30m pitch - take 13 QD's.

  1. Step into the crack from the right and up onto the wall of knobs. Steep climbing to the semi-hanging belay at 15 metres.
  2. Launch rightwards across the wall to some powerful moves through the weakness (take a deep breath and hang in there) before moving left onto a hanging gray slab. Get set for a stonking finish up the hanging corner.

Steve Carr, 2014

5
20
0
7X bolts
 

Steve Carr 2015

6
22
0
9X bolts
  Set right at the very apex of the main wall, this intimidating overhang provides the climber with a huge sense of exposure. Some great rock and moves on this cool route. Initially conceived by Dave Brash who put the work in to establish the belay and begin the cleaning process.

Steve Carr 2015

18
0
6m
One or more images in route detail.
  Up the track from the left to the apex under the main wall where this route begins a further 3 metres down to the right. Up to the twin pocket then rightwards to the glued on flake. Power over the bulge on surprisingly good rock, padding easily up the arĂȘte to the chains

Steve Carr 2014

Attribution: 
Dunedin Climbing facebook page. Steve Carr.

Comments

Comments

Jolly Cobbler is a three star route! Must be climbed in a single pitch for full value.Take 2 or 3 extenders to mitigate rope drag.

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