Map 4

(8 routes)

The back northern section of boulder characterized by a lot of high ball problems.

Type: 
Area
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
53 53 V2
3
Easy pocket climbing slowly gets harder to a bald and exposed top out.
58 58 V0
3
Take the narrow grove and then the slab to the top.
59 59 V1
0
Harder start leads to easier climbing on great pockets.
60 60 V1
0
Smeary start and sustained top out.
61 61 VM
3
Lower Angled slab with great pockets and holds in good places.
62 62 VM
2.01
Climbing up the chipped steps to the top. Slightly more difficult crux move is near the top.
67 67 VM
0
Perhaps the best access route for putting up a top robe. Follow up the chipped jugs.
26 Slabgasm V1 7m
2.01
Easy scrambling to the half-way ledge. Move delicately on the second half as the bowl-shaped rock opens up into more of a flat-slab, gradually making stemming more difficult. Getting down is arguably more fun than getting up!
Connaughugh Liddall, 2017.
Attribution: 
North Otago Alpine Club
UUID: 
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