Left Wall

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Sport
Lots of sun!
Level
8 mins
Sheltered

The lower section of wall to the left of the Main Wall all the way to the large earth apron of Chocolate Blancmange Gully has been intensely developed with routes. Many of them have been excavated and consequently can be a bit dirty but they are cleaning up with traffic. Guidebook page 76.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Out of Africa
The wall left of the arete, avoiding the crack.
 6b+
2
Madagascar
Climb a short groove to tricky moves left to the arete. Nice rock.
1 user comment
 6b
3
Bird Island
1) 6a, 16m. The left wall of the corner. Lower off or move right.2) 6a, 15m. The exposed upper arete has some loose rock.
 
1 Stars
Loose
6a
4
Seychelles
The steep wall and crack running to and through the roof.
 
Reachy
Crimpy
6b
5
Rainbow Warrior
Climb the slab leftwards to the overlap.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Technical
Crimpy
6c
6
Weakend Warrior
Up the blunt arete.
 
Loose
6b
7
Sam in Your Eye
The yellow wall left of a crack.
 
Loose
6a+
8
During the War
The wide awkward crack in the left-wall of the corner.
 
1 Stars
Graunchy
6a+
9
Before the War
The long and heavily-cleaned corner.
 5
10
Sahara
This is the well-cleaned arete to the right of the corner.
 
Loose
6c
11
Union Jack
This is the right-hand of the two massively-excavated corners. There are a couple of stray bolts low down on this one.
 
Loose
5
12
African't
The narrow wall to a high crux.
 6b+
13
Desperate Dan
The long crack-line to the right - the first out of the corner.
 6b
14
Fine and Dandy
Weave up the wall, starting past a big white flake. Loose.
 
Loose
6b
15
African
A better route up the thin cracks to a tricky upper bulge.
 6a+
16
Bloodguard
The left-hand side of the arete, starting from a mound. The third clip is a touch scary.
1 user comment
 
Fluttery
6c+
17
Grab Your Mandrakes
From the ledge above the mound, climb the right-hand side of the arete to the overhang and then the face above.
 6b
18
Tirfin USA
Up the groove to an awkward traverse right which reaches good holds. Finish more easily. The link left is Tirfin Mandrakes,...
2 user comments
 6a+
19
Tirf's High
A direct start to Tirfin USA up the wall on the right.
2 user comments
 6a+
20
Race of the Freuds
The thin crack through an overlap leads to an easier finish.
 6b+
21
Peckling Fever
The short wall, crack and overlap leads to slabby rock.
2 user comments
 5+
22
Senter Home
The rampline with a small overlap at half-height, and a choice of finishes - although the central one is the best, with a...
3 user comments
 6a
23
Tirfer Off
Balance straight up a shallow groove to the right of a ramp.
2 user comments
 6a
24
Maillon Sunday
From the top of the blocks, pleasant climbing leads up the wall. Make a hard loop out right and back left onto easier ground.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
6b
25
Bootiful Bernard Matthews
Climb the narrow face past the diagonal overlap to a crack.
 
1 Stars
6b
26
Foul's Bane
The narrow right-hand wall of the first shallow groove has some nice moves. Climbing the corner direct (separate bolts) is Nowt...
1 user comment
 6a+
27
Drool Rock Worm
Climb left of the borehole to a lower-off under the tree.
 6b
28
Stone Throat
The route right of the borehole has a sloping start and a hard finish. Finishing just right (left hand in the borehole) is...
 
1 Stars
Rounded
6b
29
Slay the Gray
The next narrow pillar taken direct.
 6b
30
Mr. Cellulite's Arete
The white and grey arete.
2 user comments
 
Reachy
6a+
31
Bandolier
Up a long right-facing groove-line. Eases with height.
4 user comments
 
Pumpy
6a
32
Underslung
A tricky start leads to pumpier climbing above.
 
Pumpy
6b+
33
The Little Thin Mexican across the Border
The wall left of a short arete.
3 user comments
 
1 Stars
6b
34
Desperate Measures
The wall and right-hand side of arete to the same finish.
1 user comment
 6b+
35
The Mexican takes Lexicon
The once-tottery wall has cleaned up and gives a nice pitch.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
6a+
36
Exceeding the Speed Limit
Weave through the overhangs towards the top.
2 user comments
 6b
37
Mind Your Head
The fractured wall through an overlap. Exit left to Exceeding...
 6b+
38
Desperate Housewives
Climb the narrow groove.
1 user comment
 6a
39
Collared
Climb the flat face right of the left-facing groove.
 
1 Stars
6a
40
Spare Rib
A route that skirts the left edge of the orange section.
 6b
41
Eddie McStiff
A shallow groove-line that finishes up and left on easier ground.
1 user comment
 6a+
42
Pelvic Thrust
The right-hand side of the orange section up a groove.
3 user comments
 6b
43
The Hippy, Hippy Shakes
Yet another long, shallow groove leads to a high belay. Care needed with the rock towards the top.
 
Loose
6a+
44
Due Care and Attention
Climb the groove to the top on spaced bolts. Polished.
8 user comments
 6a+
45
Any Old Iron
Interesting moves and is (a bit) better than it looks. Taking the arete direct is around 6a+.
2 user comments
 6a
46
Sunday Sport
Climb the well-bolted groove. Low in the grade.
5 user comments
 
1 Stars
6b
47
Austin Powers
The arete and shallow groove to its right. Sustained at the bottom and some poor rock higher up.
5 user comments
 
Loose
6b+
48
The Big Fat Texan on the Corner
The centre of the wall left of the big corner. Originally it was climbed direct, but now holds on the right are used. Climbed...
16 user comments
 
1 Stars
6a
49
He Seems so Sumo
The crack on the right starting from a block is sustained, though there is a good mid-height rest. Recently extended.
2 user comments
 6a
50
Olive Oil
The juggy wall left of the big corner to an awkward exit.
2 user comments
 6a
51
Removal Man
The big corner has spaced bolts, some gear might help.
3 user comments
 4+
52
Some People
A steep crack right of the corner to a neat finale above the roof.
1 user comment
 6b
53
Sag Ponir
A short crack just left of the main arete - a one move wonder, mostly on good holds.
4 user comments
 5
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