Rubicon Section

When walking in from Cressbrook Mill This is the first section of the cliff, easily recognizable by the roof of Rubicon.

Rubicon The Angler sector

13. Truly Awesome (7a+)
The left-hand side of the roofs to the right with a definite crux sequence. Finish via the lip of Rubicon. A direct finish is possible though very eliminate (7b).
F.A. Ian Dunn 1991

14. Rubicon (7a) ★★
The impressive roof via the obvious crack. Jugs and long pulls. Bring your muscles.
F.A. Tom Proctor, Geoff Birtles 1979

15. Zeitgeist (7b)
Not quite so fine to the right and tough through the bulges
F.A. Ian Dunn 1991

16. The Bomb is Coming (7a)
Powerful moves up the hanging arête. Vegetated exit to a bolt belay.
F.A. Paul Mitchell 1983

Direct Hit (7b)
A better and harder version of The Bomb. Follow that route to the big hold then move left to pull over the lip to the R of Rubicion.
F.A. Mark Pretty 2017

17. Project
The bulge to the right with a bit of ‘yarding’.

18. Small but Perfectly Formed (7a+)
The micro route to the right with a hard move to reach the jug above the belay bolt.
F.A. Mark Pretty 2010

Skippy the Bush Kangeroo Weird (E3 6c)
A very short route marked by short thin crack.

No Thug No Jug (7b)
Start from the Rubicon belay ledge and traverse the break left into Zeke. From there it climbs the slight groove above, a few feet R of Zeke’s finish.
F.A. Andy Barker 1988

Cruising the Seven Seas (7c)
Continue the traverse of No Thug all the way to the belay on Last But Not Least.
F.A. Chris Plant 1989