Main Wall RHS

(10 routes)

The climbs immediately right of the Main Wall Central. A lake usually forms at the base of this wall in winter time. Occasionally you may strike it lucky if there hasn't been much rain for awhile.

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Altitude: 
5m
Type: 
Wall
Access: 

From the beach end car park, or from the track that turns off 100m prior to the beach car park, heading to the Main Wall Central.

Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
1 Arokehe 19
0
5bolts
Down the right hand end of the crag and immediately right of 'Eject-o-flap'. Up to the roof, a devious move right, then good holds to a long reach left before balancing across to the chains.
Steve Carr 2012
2 Dirty Sanchez 22 15m
1.02
5bolts
A sustained adventure on architecturally interesting rock.
Andrew Finnigan, Kate Campbell, Gon Nido, 2013
3 Biscuit Belly 21 15m
0
5bolts
Head right then straight up the steep arete and over the bulge/overhang.
Craig Alter, Michael Norman 2017
4 Hanging on a Mystery 21 15m
1.02
7bolts
Stay low under the hanging arete, then up the corner onto a ledge. Step across right and power up the steep wall.
Rick McGregor 2012
5 Electro-flage 23 15m
1.02
8bolts
Up the flakey groove then out left onto the face. Steeply up the line on good holds to some strenuous moves over the bulge.
Steven McInally 2012
6 Chocolate Fondue 21 15m
0
5bolts
Just to the right to EF, sharing first bolt. Beware potential ground fall before clipping second bolt (very easy climbing though). Short technical brainteaser near the top. Drilled by Steve, gifted to Maud.
Maud Ceuterick, Gon Nido 2013
7 DASH 23 15m
0
6bolts
Up the jugs on the point then traverse left to a stance. Great crux sequence above on excellent stone. Generally requires a wide span to latch the right edge of the wall but has been climbed direct on crimpers.
Steve Carr 2015
8 Chossy Little Pumpfest 19 10m
0
4bolts
Recommended for the upper moves, fun overhanging face.
Dave Brash 2017
9 Big Bad Trad 7 10m
0
1bolts wire representing trad
A bolt protects the start of the diagonal corner. A good first trad lead.
Dave Brash 2017
10 Big Bad Trad Direct 14 10m
0
1bolts wire representing trad
Again, a bolt protects the initial moves up to adequate pro, direct to the anchor.
Dave Brash 2017
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