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The dubious spike has gone, leaving a much harder and pumpier climb. A low peg and small cams provide some relief.

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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
Hidden 14 Jun, 2011 2nd
GraMc 14 Jun, 2011 Lead dog took a rest half way up before the most dangerous bit of climbing ive done in a long time, big run out above a very rusty peg with hand and foot holds coming off all over the place, not cool. wont be rushing back to the whangie
took a rest half way up before the most dangerous bit of climbing ive done in a long time, big run out above a very rusty peg with hand and foot holds coming off all over the place, not cool. wont be rushing back to the whangie
Josato 14 Apr, 2010 Lead dog Not too bad until the traverse at the top, where there is no protection, forcing me to go 5 meters above crappy pro.
with B. Robertson
Not too bad until the traverse at the top, where there is no protection, forcing me to go 5 meters above crappy pro.
with B. Robertson
Hidden ??, 1998 Lead O/S
nuts and bolts ?May, 1997 Lead O/S
Hidden ??, 1987 Lead
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