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Routes in Harlequin Buttress

Harlequin T 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a PG13
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Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: The FA : Dick Hain, S. Anderson and Bryan Kennedy January 1975
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Shared By: David Trippett on Nov 23, 2007 with updates from David Stephenson
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Description

A classic crack and face line that provides some spectacular climbing on coastal sea-cliffs. Harlequin ascends a obvious buttress near the center of Whitewater Wall.

Protection

Camalots to #3 and stoppers

Getting There

Start of route is not from the base of White Water Wall itself, but by following a track south from the campsite to steps going down to a ramp leading down to the base of the cliffs.

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Byron Murray  
5.9
The FA was Dick Hain, S. Anderson and Bryan Kennedy January 1975 Mar 23, 2008
David Stephenson
Mount Wellington, Tasmania
 
David Stephenson   Mount Wellington, Tasmania
 
Not sure about PG13 - the slab can seem a little runout at the very top if you aren't confident on granite slabs, but there is good gear below you. Generally very well protected. Mar 16, 2017

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