KENIDJACK


Kenidjack's Main Cliff is an impressive sweep of killas slate that glows a golden brown in the sun and has a number of fine and challenging wall climbs that pick their way up the subtly featured face. The rock on the whole is good, although protection is not always close at hand. The base of the crag is sunny, sheltered and non-tidal, making it a good place to head for in windy weather.

Routes

6 trad routes (HS...E1)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
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Kenidjack Routes
Kenidjack is an impressive wall of quartz-flecked killas slate. The cliff has a number of sustained...
6
Trad
Lots of sun!
Uphill

20 mins

Abseil
sheltered
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    Rock Dancer
    "Thought this easy for the grade" 03/May

    Rock Dancer
    "If you like that style of climbing it's lovely. I only really noticed the spaced..." 21/Aug

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