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Guide Book Style Guide

The following points give tips on how to write consistent text and route descriptions.

Here is an example climb in the correct style:

Stud City 100m 19
The original classic on this part of the cliff, it is highly regarded. Well protected, it takes in the enormous flake that can be seen from just before the horizontal chimney on the sea level traverse. It is much easier to approach along the higher traverse line, the route along the base of these climbs, than from sea level. The climb begins straight above the horizontal chimney by the largest gum tree on the scrubby terrace.
1. 30m 18. Up right trending crack until the large hollow flake is reached. Traverse right, along the flake and up groove to belay on ledges.
2. 40m 19. Continue up to the flake, undercling right along the flake to its end. Move 3m right across slab to belay below water runnel chimney.
3. 30m 19. Move up chimney groove to finger crack, continue up until the climbing gets desperate, at which point it is possible to move left onto the wall, which is climbed to a small ledge and crack. Take the handcrack to top (keep the rope on for the tree-filled corner above).
B. Kennedy, T. Beaman, R. Muehlin, Jan 1977. FFA: H, Rock Daddy, Noel Baby.

Climb topo style guide 

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