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Cryptic Clue      

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Area:TAS
  - Launceston
    - West of Launceston
      - Around Westbury
        - Cluan Tiers
Grade:22 (consensus), 22 (given by FA)
Length:45m
Style:Sport
FA:Gerry NarkowiczFA Date:2006-10-14
Author:jgodingEntry Date:2007-02-05
Verified:No
Description:Starts in a shallow groove about 5m R of the previous route. Some thought provoking and very nice climbing up the groove and face leads to a cruxy section going through the overlaps about a third of the way up, to gain a small ledge. There is a double bolt belay here for The Ruin Of The Cluan, but unnecessary for this route.
Description:Up the corner above the RH side of the big roof to a stance below another roof, then step R into the fantastic overhanging flake/crack. Strenuously up this to a comfortable stance, before heading R out to the arĂȘte in a very spacy position. Up the arĂȘte using a layback crack on the R (about grade 17) to the top. Anchors set slightly back from the edge for belaying, but no good for abseiling. Use the anchors 5m to the R and put slings over the edge. Double ropes necessary. 18 bolts.
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