Hamlet Wall

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Beyond Geitvika is a rocky ridge that runs down the hillside towards the sea and tucked in beyond it are a set of short sheltered walls that were developed in 2007 with a small collection of climbs. Interestingly this was first discovered and climbed on by Anders Lundquist and Johan Sandberg in the 1990s. They called the cliff the Hamlet Wall but, when questioned, that was about all they could remember - the routes they did must have made quite an impression!

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Frozen in Time
1) 5, 25m. Climb the right-trending and streaked slab (the grassy crack to the left is tricky to avoid) to gain the wide crack...
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Shark Ride
Start at a block at the lowest point of the buttress. 1) 5+, 25m. Climb the crack 1m right of the block until tricky moves...
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The left-hand crack leads past a niche to a broken wall on the left. Climb this and the finger-crack above to the ledge.
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Layback up the right-facing ramp and climb past an undercut flake to a small ledge. Bridge the twin crack above to access the...
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Milburn 25
Climb the right-hand of the three cracks (loose block at 5m). Continue up the right-hand side of a large flake then jam the...
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