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

G Pichler, T Brown 1991

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martha1121 22 Aug Lead Great second pitch!!
Great second pitch!!
JamesColeman 6 Jul AltLd O/S Hong Kong in the Summer Monsoon season: Forecast had been thunderstorms all week. We were so lucky with the weather. Stayed dry entire climb (some sections wet but we avoided the crack by doing the harder 'Unemployment Line' alternative). Really great climb and good fun. Been on bucket list forever. Finally done! Lead pitch 2, pitch 3, pitch 5. My first time foot back in climbing shoe since breaking toe. Brilliant effort by Gordon!
with Gordon
Hong Kong in the Summer Monsoon season: Forecast had been thunderstorms all week. We were so lucky with the weather. Stayed dry entire climb (some sections wet but we avoided the crack by doing the harder 'Unemployment Line' alternative). Really great climb and good fun. Been on bucket list forever. Finally done! Lead pitch 2, pitch 3, pitch 5. My first time foot back in climbing shoe since breaking toe. Brilliant effort by Gordon!
with Gordon
Ula_F 17 Mar AltLd β
lydiasnow 15 Feb AltLd O/S Lead first pitch
Lead first pitch
AlexHewitt90 15 Feb AltLd O/S Lead three pitches... tough, exposed, fun!
Lead three pitches... tough, exposed, fun!
jessieleong 2 Jan AltLd Started at the bottom of Lion Rock with trad gear. Expected the route to be around VS/ HVS but with hindsight it was nails! Type 2 fun all the way to the top ( tourists, finishing in the dark, wild abseil...) Ben lead route D whilst I lead up P1 before swapping onto the belays for P2 ( corner pitch was incredible- lots of gear, if quite sustained climbing.) P3 traverse was quite tough ( and also a bit scary- we resorted to clipping back as a sport route) I did P4- as the light was fading. Had to use the tree as a handhold- not sure if this was totally legit but Ben told me it was fine, otherwise the moves would have felt more like 6a+! Ran out of draws so I made a makeshift anchor ( rusty peg) and then brought up Ben to do P5 and finished at the top.
with Ben Woo
Started at the bottom of Lion Rock with trad gear. Expected the route to be around VS/ HVS but with hindsight it was nails! Type 2 fun all the way to the top ( tourists, finishing in the dark, wild abseil...) Ben lead route D whilst I lead up P1 before swapping onto the belays for P2 ( corner pitch was incredible- lots of gear, if quite sustained climbing.) P3 traverse was quite tough ( and also a bit scary- we resorted to clipping back as a sport route) I did P4- as the light was fading. Had to use the tree as a handhold- not sure if this was totally legit but Ben told me it was fine, otherwise the moves would have felt more like 6a+! Ran out of draws so I made a makeshift anchor ( rusty peg) and then brought up Ben to do P5 and finished at the top.
with Ben Woo
Tiktianc ?? Lead
achinasoul 5 Oct, 2018 AltLd O/S
eoinb ?Apr, 2018 Lead dog Fantastic! One of the best routes I've done. Fell once on the crux (harder 5c for sure?).
Fantastic! One of the best routes I've done. Fell once on the crux (harder 5c for sure?).
007lbs 26 Sep, 2017 Lead
007lbs 17 Aug, 2017 AltLd
Eddie Harrison 14 Apr, 2017 AltLd O/S
TonyG 17 Jun, 2016 Lead O/S
Dr Toph 24 Feb, 2016 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.
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 2 Dec, 2015 Lead O/S
GordonAinslie 20 Nov, 2015 Lead
Katsmiff 21 Oct, 2015 Lead O/S 4 pitches. I lead 2 and 4.
with Damian Ryan
4 pitches. I lead 2 and 4.
with Damian Ryan
suds_01 3 Nov, 2014 AltLd
with Dan webb
with Dan webb
Sam Melville ??, 2014 -
Adrian Gostick ??, 2014 Lead
arose 10 Nov, 2012 Lead Hilarious - climbed as a four with hangovers.
with Miles Mconville, gi, Matthew Phillips
Hilarious - climbed as a four with hangovers.
with Miles Mconville, gi, Matthew Phillips
arose 20 Oct, 2012 AltLd As good as ever.
with gi
As good as ever.
with gi
arose ?Mar, 2012 AltLd Originally given HVS 5b and was probably stiff at that grade. Bolted now at 6a
with James Hawes
Originally given HVS 5b and was probably stiff at that grade. Bolted now at 6a
with James Hawes
Skinny Kin 22 Dec, 2008 AltLd O/S
with Greg Novak
with Greg Novak
tommyzero ?Dec, 2006 - 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
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, 2006 Lead O/S
Hidden ?Jun, 2005 AltLd O/S
Stoney Boy ?Mar, 2005 AltLd O/S
with Nick Conway
with Nick Conway
jamestheyip ??, 2002 AltLd O/S
with Rogar
with Rogar
Marti999 ?Nov, 1995 Lead
Hidden ??, 1995 Lead
Hidden ??, 1995 -
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