95m, 2 pitches. A quality line that follows a crack system and series of shelves behind a prominent tree. The route is well protected and is a good line for those wishing to practice jamming. The climbing is sustained but with good rests. The route is typically climbed as two long pitches but excessive rope drag can make it worth doing in 3.

P1, 55m - Follow the ramp up from the tree (or belay at the wall to the right) and climb the series of cracks to some shelves. The route follows the crack just to the left of the overhang on the first pitch, however if this is wet then an interesting variation following the two cracks and stem box to the right is available, but may increase the routes grade slightly. Follow a series of small shelves to a tree. If doing in 3 pitches belay here, otherwise continue up to the next shelf and build a belay in the wall.

P2, 45m - Follow a rightwards trending series of flakes and ledges to a small shelf (belay for P2 if doing as 3 pitches). Then climb directly upwards following a series of cracks and slabs to the short wall on the right side of the bulge, climb the short crack to the top. Bolted belay/ rappel stance is just to the right.


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