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BETA PHOTO: Upper Dinkum Gully (Left). Click for High Resoluti...
The obvious flake at the left end of the Dinkum Wall. Start as far left as you like, and follow the big downward-pointing flake as it wanders right and up, using underclings supported by good feet. The step right to exit the flake may be the most technical move. Find your line to the anchor above.
From Wikipedia: "Planned obsolescence... in industrial design is a policy of planning or designing a product with a limited useful life..." When the flake goes, so will this route. Also, give a thump on the less obvious flake just below the anchors; erosion will have its way with these features before too long (geologically speaking).
Leftmost route on the Dinkum Wall of Bucks Bar Dome.
TR from a pair of bolts above. We used a couple of 2" or 3" cams in the flake system as directionals to mitigate the consequence of a giant pendulum from the anchors.
The flake looks like it protects well for a trad leader, but when it runs out, there's little to protect you.
BETA PHOTO: Leigh gets ready to toprope Planned Obsolesence.