An impressive square red sandstone peak which is the second highest point in the remote and rugged Cedarberg range. Great area for high-grade multi-pitch rock climbing. The easiest route up this peak follows a steep gully into a water-worn, cavern-like chimney with polished walls about 8m high which ends in a scramble with a fixed chain at one point. Smooth and ice-chocked in winter. There is a cave at the bottom of main rock walls ("Spout Cave") where you can overnight. Well worth a visit for both climbers and hikers.
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