Lake Side Buttress

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An interesting buttress located near the North-West of the lake. This buttress primarily consists of off-widths and chimneys with varying levels of protection and blank faces with no obvious protection. The South Eastern section of the buttress is 'tidal' and can offer some Shallow Water Soloing (4-5 feet of water) on its South Face.

South Face

Up ya Boyo 8m [V Diff]
J Horgan, B McConnell, 18 Sept 2013
The right-most (right leaning) crack / chimney with an obvious chock-stone high up. Climb easily up to the base of the chimney (you may have to traverse into here on a 'high-tide'). Once in the chimney 'worm' your way to the top inside the chock-stone. Although mossy in the chimney, friction was found to be good. From the top of the chimney a short scamble is required to get back onto the buttress proper.
Climbed (solo) on a 'low-tide'.