|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
P1 was fine, but struggled to get started on P2.
|French Erick||21/Jun/14||AltLd O/S|
Bottom pitch only
|Lawrie Brand||02/Sep/12||AltLd rpt|
fell once just after stepping on to the first roof
|tim newton||21/Mar/12||AltLd O/S|
Top pitch of this after coming up Crash Test Dummies
lead second pitch
led both pitches with Jase
|Dr Toph||10/Apr/11||AltLd rpt||
Led P1, and went as far directly up the slab as possible, just to see. Only one bit of gear though, so the superdirect finish will have to wait for another day...;)
|Dougie Harvey||14/Mar/10||AltLd O/S|
|Lawrie Brand||14/Mar/10||2nd O/S|
2nd on both pitches. Thank God.
Not quite sure of line on first pitch, two variations after first overlap. (did them both!) Second pitch is fairly bold but on big holds... Route is good but has the eliminate feel to it..
|Dr Toph||??/2008||Lead O/S||
The slab pitch is lovely, the beginning of the second pitch is well awkward...
No gear on demanding second pitch. Fell off on first part but got it second time.
|Sean Bell||27/Aug/06||2nd O/S|
Top pitch only
Brian Dickson, Martina Osterloh
Did the direct finish in the late 90's I think, named it 'Slipper Starter' submitted it through Climber mag etc. Graded at E2 5c one piece of gear just below the hanging slab and a nasty side pull on the left. 2 moves to reach the top but bold moves!!!! enjoy!!!
Shunt - 1st Pitch Only
Shunt - 1st Pitch only
|Lone Rider||?/May/84||Solo O/S||
Pretty necky with second pitch a bit damp. Mmmm!