Type: Trad, 1000 ft (303 m), 12 pitches
FA: Brandon Pullan, Dave Smart 2020
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Shared By: Brandon Pullan on Aug 3, 2022
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George Town

Gear: One 60m rope, single rack, 12 quickdraws, helmet
Pitches one to six: Follow slabs and grooves and some OK rock. Belay off single bolts, slabs are bolted (3rd class to 5.5, 180m)
Find the single bolt above the large gully, below a corner
Pitch seven: Move up and right to splitter corner (good big cams) to a bolt. Move left on big holds to ledge (5.7, 30m)
Pitch eight: Move right up a slab past a crack (spot the bolt) and up the groove and slab back left (5.6, 30m)
Pitch nine: Up right through a groove and continue past right-facing cracks and up to ledge (5.6, 30m)
Pitch 10: Move right on slabs, passing cracks and spaced bolts. Fixed nut in corner, end on ledge (5.6, 30m)
Pitch 11: Head up left on easy terrain to base of corner (4th class, 30m)
Pitch 12: Head straight up the right-facing corner and move right onto slab. Back left to top (5.8, 30m)
Descent: Rappel six pitches to treed ledge. Walk into the forest east of the climb and descend down mossy trees.


 From the parking for Yonge Street, head straight up to the wall above. Stay to the right in the trees. Cut left to the lowest rock below the slabs.


Single rack, 14 draws, 60m rope