View straight up the cliff from below.
We then climbed around the base of the cliff to continue our ascent along one of the ridges, as clearly, the cliff wasn't going to be our route.
The bare path that looks like a river is our rocky scramble up the bowl: probably about 45 degree slope at a guess? Definitely not as technical as Tib.
From another angle (the opposite side of the bowl)
Made it to the top! A cool picture even if John is unable to keep a horizon straight!
Proof that I did not climb alone. This is John, a friendly climber I met yesterday on Tibrogargan, and who helped me safely navigate Beerwah today.