Gullivers Cove

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Park at Gullivers Cove and walk left along the shore under the impressively loose and overhanging cliff until you reach a point near the right end where the high water line reaches the crag. The shattered basalt is a little more solid here but loose blocks and expanding flakes are still plentiful. Start on a flat boulder a few meters left of the tidal section under a shallow dihedral at half height. Climb the wall on thin blades and bugaboos with occasional hook moves to reach the dihedral and some wire placements behind hollow blocks (A2). Move left at a hand jam size horizontal crack to reach a more solid easy dihedral with excellent cam placements and follow to tree belay (A1 and free).
Type:Aid
Height:18m
FA by:Steve Punshon, Nate Smith and Sean Kelly
FA on:December 8, 2007