Type: Trad, 140 ft (42 m), 2 pitches
FA: Pat Purcell, Don Mellor July 1989
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Shared By: Jon Clark on Sep 23, 2017
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An excellent route combining a well protected crux with a delicate and exciting finish. Perhaps best done as one long pitch. Hard in the grade.

Traverse right and up to the first bolt. Continue right past left facing flakes clipping another bolt to a working stance at a pin. Crank through this section to the base of a right facing corner. Climb more easily up the corner to a ledge and optional belay.

Continue straight up the face on horizontals to a bulging face. Angle left past a critical and fragile flake to a good hold. Climb to the top of the cliff passing a rotten birch tree with slings. Using this as a belay is not recommended.


The far right end of the Roaches Terrace.


gear to 2 inches, 2 bolts, 1 pin