Gibralter Rock

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The route starts on a mossy ledge in the middle of the crag. Work the slopy crack up to a prominent nose and choose to work straight up, or use the crack on the right to reach the first anchors. Pitch 2 starts on the ledge above the first rings, Follow the dark (often wet) flake, which is surprislingly positive in any condition, to a couple of chockstones in the large horizontal. Work out onto the bulge and up the tricky slopers to gain the crux. Follow the face using small pinches and crimps to a slopy ledge, then use the crack to reach the top anchors.
Type:Sport
Anchor Type:Rings
FA by:Derek Hatfield/ Todd Foster
FA on:Sept, 2015
Starts on the upper ledge, 3m left of pitch #2 of B.O.B. Climb the easy steps in the corner, leading to a large detached block. Enter behind the block through a cave-like opening, and continue up the chimney for the top out. Use rap bolts for "Battle of the Bulge" or walk down
Type:Trad
Anchor Type:Natural
FA by:Derek Hatfield
FA on:27/09/2015
"Cleaned crack in the slabby wall at the left end of the crag.  Good little climb, sustained.

Further right is the Main Wall area, below the tourist look-off with the railings. "
Type:Trad
Height:15m
Rating:G
FA by:Steve Punshon
FA on:March 2006
The obvious right facing corner.  Excellent line. 
Type:Trad
Height:15m
Rating:G
FA by:Rich LaPaix
FA on:March, 2006
A few metres right of Gibraltar Straight is a clean flake crack.  Climb this to an insecure block on a ledge.  Stand on the block then move up and right to finish up a wide crack. 
Type:Trad
Height:15m
Rating:PG
FA by:Steve Punshon
FA on:March 2006
Just right again (~40') are some thin flakes.  Climb the flakes and face then up to, and over, a small roof.
Type:Trad
Height:15m
Rating:PG
FA by:Rich LaPaix
FA on:March 2006