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Chebucto Head - Tsunami Area



1. Warm-Up Traverse V2
Start at the water, traverse up and left into Escape Corner

2. The Long Hard One V11
Climb Warm-up Traverse, link into Ziggy Stardust right-to-left, link into Tsunami. NO SITTING IN THE CORNER ON THIS ONE TO TICK THE GRADE. (FA by Nick Sagar 2002)



3. Tall Guy V4
From crimps, climb the high face. Don't use the lower left holds at the top.

4. Escape Corner VB
Climb out the broken dihedral

5. L'Ame En Premier V9
On the left end of the Ziggy Stardust wall, go up the face on holds that face the wrong way with no good feet. Arete is obviously out and you better be able to high step. Like really high step. (FA by Ghislain Losier 2003).

6. Ziggy Stardust V7
Start on the left of slightly overhanging face and go right all the way into the corner. Gigantic foot ledge is in the whole way. Right-to-left variation is V8. If you're good at steep stuff this one is going to be irritating. ***In 2017 the huge foot ledge on the right vanished into the sea.

7. Todd's Crimp Problem V3
Go straight up the first edges on the left side of Ziggy Stardust. Andy's Slopey Problem V3
Traverse the lip left to right above Ziggy Stardust



9. Tsunami V9
Start in broken corner and traverse left through technical sequence into kneebar rest, then continue left using powerful undercling moves to top out up the ramp. (FA Sean Cassidy 1999)

11. Imanust V10
Tsunami backwards, reminding us not to take bouldering to seriously. (FA B. Smizzle 2006)

11a. The Longer harder One V12
Extreme link involving Tsunami backwards, into Ziggy Stardust, up L'Ame En Premier (FA Ben Smith 2006)

10. Not as Easy as You V2
Climb up the crack in the middle of Tsunami

12. Wavelet V9
Start on small crimps and climb straight up through underclings. (FA Ben Smith 2014)

12a. Just Sayin V4/5
Stand start to Wavlet. Left Hand side-pull (above the underclings in tsunami) and up and out.
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