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A tiny roadside cliff that has less than ideal rock for most part, however some solid bands do exist. Only worth visiting if you are in the area and have nothing better to do. Certainly not a destination crag! No loweroffs exist for the routes, and mostly dead trees provide the alternative (quite a way back from the rim). Bolt plates required for the 'I Hate' wall. No fixed gear and loose rock on the other routes. The bouldering wall is unique fun for Adelaide (steep slab), but don't expect much!


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I Hate Sunday BBQ's to 2nd bolt then left to left arete and finish up this.

FA: Steve Kelly, 26 Feb 2014

Located immediately L of the prominent arete directly above the road. Over ledges to steeper, compact rock then straight up past two bolts.

FFA: Grant Tode & Gavin Tamblin, 1991

Step R at the first bolt and climb up just L of the arete passing another bolt.

FFA: Grant Tode & Gavin Tamblin, 1991

On the wall behind the I Hate Sunday Barbecues wall. The corner at the L end with a tricky start. When it expires, continue up steep rock to belay off the big pine tree.

FA: Erik Lock & Nick Neagle, 1991

Arete 3m R of The Ant's Pants.

FA: Erik Lock & Nick Neagle, 1991

Left hand side of bouldering wall, up to big sidepull then jug rail.

Utilise smaller LH sidepull (and small edge for left foot) to gain the top.

Hardest problem here. A one-mover. RH sidepull, LH small crimp. R foot edge smallest footer in the universe, LH to top.

Central line (start of Wish I Was On Acid).

Up wall to big LH sidepull then jug rail.

Technical problem using a very small gaston edge and LH thumb press. Up to jug rail.

Up to small undercling then onwards to jug rail.

Easiest RH line.

Right to left traverse of the boulder wall starting right of Super Solid and finishing in the left corner.

Boulder the face via sidepulls up to ledge (big lego block that looks loose). Surmount this and punch through the roof on on to the summit. Established as an onsight solo.

FA: Steve Kelly, 1 Mar 2014

Locate a smooth wall several metres R of Sic 'em Rex. Boulder up the L side of this (2m R of a corner) to a ledge, then through the overhang and up the wall to a gum tree.

FA: Erik Lock & Nick Neagle, 1991


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