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The Australian Route Register
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|Grade:||29 (consensus), 29 (given by FA)|
|FA:||Scott Walter||FA Date:||0000-00-00|
|Start:||Start at the back of the cave beneath the huge "eye" in the roof.|
|Description:||Crikey it’s good. Which is better Path Of Yin or Eye Of The Tiger? Truly superb rock architecture, with fair dinkum good moves. Was a lot harder but then some creative thinking enabled the roof passage to be climbed with out too much strength, which produced an enormous increase in it's popularity! Incredibly steep, at least 15m overhung.|
|Description:||An awful carrot to start then it's all "real" bolts. Put a roller draw on the first FH to avoid bad drag. Extremely delicate slab moves gain the hanging shelf then roof out this to a span crux at the lip. The going price for the critical beta is $100. Superb climbing continues up the steep headwall with potential heartbreaker moves ready to spit you off all the way. |
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