4 pitches. Excellent low-grade 4 pitch sport route.

G Pichler, T Brown 1991


ClimberDateStyle
Dr Toph 24/Feb Solo O/S

Great line through some impressive features. Felt like HVS/E1 5b to me, although I think there may be an easier (lower) way to solve the crux traverse on P4. I followed the worn/chalked holds and it was surprisingly technical and off-balance. The corner crack on P2 is sweet. Great exposure on the upper pitches.

Hidden 02/Dec/15 Lead O/S
GordonAinslie 20/Nov/15 Lead
Katsmiff 21/Oct/15 Lead O/S

4 pitches. I lead 2 and 4.

with Damian Ryan
Sam Melville ??/2014 -
arose 10/Nov/12 Lead

Hilarious - climbed as a four with hangovers.

with Miles Mconville, Giles Cranston, Matthew Phillips
arose 20/Oct/12 AltLd

As good as ever.

arose ?/Mar/12 AltLd

Originally given HVS 5b and was probably stiff at that grade. Bolted now at 6a

with James Hawes
Skinny Kin 22/Dec/08 AltLd O/S
with Greg Novak
tommyzero ?/Dec/06 -

My first multipitch route. Dr Bernard took me to Lion Rocks and I bricked my way up it. It's more frightening when you start climbing the route at 300m above sea level and look down on skyscrapers.

with Dr Bernard
Hidden 11/Mar/06 Lead O/S
Hidden ?/Jun/05 AltLd O/S
Stoney Boy ?/Mar/05 AltLd O/S
with Nick Conway
jamestheyip ??/2002 AltLd O/S
with Rogar
Marti999 ?/Nov/95 Lead
Hidden ??/1995 Lead
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