Type: Sport, 400 ft (121 m), 4 pitches
FA: Cliff Ellery, Rachael Mayne, Brian Mercer and Richard Knot
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Shared By: Cameron Fraser on Dec 8, 2016
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One of the Castle Rock classics.

P1 (5.10b) - Climb the technical slab. Footwork is key. Finish pitch by breaking left and pulling up through tree to double bolt anchors. 25m.

P2 (5.9) - Technically an easy pitch, but bolting can be a little spaced and easy to get off route if not careful. Start up the face and through a small overhang, then follow the bolts up the face to the next anchors. 30m.

P3 (5.10c) - The best pitch of the route. From the belay head up easy ground on large holds up to a groove and small overhang. Clip the chain bolt and pull through to the above face (crux). An exposed rising traverse takes you to the next belay ledge. 3 star climbing in an exposed setting. 35m.

P4 (5.9) - An easy pitch to finish featuring a large phallic hold. 30m

To descend walk to the right, where you will find a public walking track leading down.


Right hand end of Quiet Earth Wall. Starts up the slab just to the left of Two Stroke Tantrum. Refer to freeclimb guidebook for more detailed directions.


Take 12+ quick draws. Bolts can be a little spaced on easy ground like most climbs at Castle Rock.