Type: Sport, 200 ft (61 m), 3 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Cameron Fraser on Aug 25, 2012
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Description Suggest change

Classic multipitch sport climb. Varied, exposed and sustained.

Pitch 1 (10.b)

Start up the face moving through vertical, slab and overhanging sections. Interesting features spice up the climbing, including large spherical shaped holes in the rock and a small cave near the top. 9 Bolts.

Pitch 2 (10.b)

Shorter pitch. Sustained overhang with positive holds and a mantle finish. Keep moving and don't gas out. 4 bolts.

Pitch 3 (5.9)

Easiest pitch. Delivers varied climbing with some interesting moves including a low angle friction slab and a run out mantle to finish. 5 bolts.

Stunning views from the top, one of the highest climbs on The Point.

Location Suggest change

Towards the right end of the point. Starts just down the hill from "Out out of the blue", left of "King and Country"

Protection Suggest change

18 Bolts + 3 Double bolt anchors.

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