Stainless steel expansion bolts have been placed for anchors at the top of most climbs. Use these bolts at your own risk. All bolts should be backed up with a second anchor. Bolts have been placed on abseil on six climbs for leading. The bolts are 70mm long.
This cliff is trying to turn into a scree slope so helmets should be worn. especially by climbers. Belayers should belay out of the fall line. Bolts and trees at the top of the cliff provide good anchors (see note above about bolts). Care should be taken that top-rope anchors and slings do not run over any sharp edges or loose blocks. A 20-25 m length of static rope is very useful for setting up belay anchors.
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|SequenceSequence numbers indicate the left (L) to right (R) order of the routes.||Rating||Route||Difficulty||Ascents|