The first section of Super Exciting Xylophone is harder than 21. More like 23.
The open top-rope project "A" up near Cranky probably deserves a warning, since the anchor bolts are expansions of dubious heritage and were placed in the late 90s.
I had a bit of trouble locating the crag off the directions above last weekend, I couldn't locate the track between the one heading to the lighthouse and the one with stone steps leading into someones backyard at the very end of the beach.
Can someone please clarify?
Thanks alot for the postings btw they are making life a whole lot more fun.
It may have been high tide. If so, you need to get your feet wet before reaching the track that heads up the left side of the house.
I added some topos & some photos.
I need help to identify the features on the two unmarked photos (pledge a legend wall), any takers?
Kudos to the SRC for installing such great SS anchors - 1st class job all round!
I disagree with George's changed description of Abseil Wall. The original read "Wall and Crack. Sparse pro. Belay off single BR + RB in middle of rock platform." This is the obvious line and line of least resistance. I climbed it yesterday and it's great! I have no idea why you would "stay straight", avoid the crack, and go to the rings on Mode.
The protection on the original line is GOOD, the X rating is from the days before bendy cams. I got two great cams at the crux, and a sinker nut below that. The comments on thecrag.com and on Chockstone will back me up on this. The X should be removed from this climb and two stars added.
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