About Cattlestop Crag:
Basically the southern end of Britten Crag. The rock quality is somewhat dodgy, but there are a handful of good trad routes and plenty of really easy, well bolted, sport routes (and some less well bolted Port Hills classics, up to grade 25). Most routes also have ring/chain anchors close by (such as on the Shimmering Jelly wall).
Approach: Between Mt Pleasant and the Gondola, along Summit Rd, there is a cattlestop (who would've thought...). Park either at the cattlestop and drop down the gulley, or park 50m west and walk down the steps.
|Type of Climbing:||Sport/Trad|
|SequenceSequence numbers indicate the left (L) to right (R) order of the routes.||Rating||Route||Difficulty||Ascents|
|0||70 Cents Worth||5.10a||2|
|0||A Dull Thump, 17||5.9||3|
|0||Blond Tornado, 20||5.10c||1|
|0||Cold Turkey 15||5.7||4|
|0||Gift Horse 12||5.4||3|
|0||Please Go, 14||5.6||2|
|0||Please Stop..., 14||5.6||4|
|0||Reserves Need Gondolas||5.7||1|
|0||Shimmering Jelly 20||5.10c||2|
|0||Triple A Triple 5, 16||5.8||1|