Wavey wall

(8 routes)

The main wall past aspire with the large overhang in its centre.

Altitude: 
10m
Type: 
Crag
Aspect: 
West
Walk time: 
1 hour 5 mins
Access: 

Boulder hop your way past aspire, the left hand end of the wall is well clear of the tide. Take care when hanging out underneath the 'swirly whirly' in a big swell/tide.

Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
BP Ballast Point 23 30m
3
5bolts wire representing trad
Start up the layback crack to the left of Seals Breakfast, passing the main overhang using the hand crack (gear). Pull over the lip to gain the face (bolts), place a pice before tackling the final head wall.
Troy Mattingley 2014
SB Seals Breakfast 21
3
wire representing trad
Thomas Adamson & Troy Mattingley 2013
Open Project 34
3
6bolts
The wicked dihedral feature on the right hand side of the central overhang. Dynamic climbing is required to gain the hanging corner above.
Equipped by Zac Orme 2013
D-N De Nile 18 ,20 30m
2.01
wire representing trad
Climb the front side of the pillar to gain belay ledge.
#EwbankAlpine (Technical)Alpine (Commitment)Alpine (Mt Cook)AidWater IceMixedBoulder (Hueco)LengthBoltsTrad
11812mYes
 Climb the front side of the pillar to gain belay ledge.
22018mYes
 Start up face above ledge then weave your way around the right side of the over hang then avoid the off width by taking the left v groove. Traverse right to anchor. Best climb with extenders or double ropes.
Troy Mattingley, Pete Harris 2014
M Maelstrom 27 30m
3
wire representing trad
Steep pumpy climbing up through the swirls on good gear.
Zac Orme 2014
MI Mussel Inn 17 18m
2.01
wire representing trad
An improbable looking line with good gear.
Troy Mattingley 2014
BB Blistering Barnacle 16 18m
2.01
wire representing trad
The main crack line on the right hand side. Good gear. Named after the first ascensionist suffered a laceration to the forearm after dislodging a plasma screen sized rock.
FA James Lochhead 2013
JG Jacks Gastof 22
2.01
wire representing trad
The steep line around the corner. Shares the anchor of Mussel Inn. Best climbed in the afternoon and with a low tide.
Greg Jack 2014