Topo #4024

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? Andy's Area

A fun little sport sector of VERY well protected face routes. The wall faces south west, so is in the shade until mid afternoon. It's possible to do a few routes here on the walk out when the main area is in the sun.

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? Choc Chip Chai Sector

The first wall you reach when you reach the bottom of the steep descent and turn right (towards Sweet Dreams).

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? Theory of Negativity Wall
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? Iliad Buttress

50m left of Theory of Negativity Wall is a hanging orange arete visible high above the trees. There is a recessed twin corner crack leading up to it. This is Cynics United. Above and left of this arete is the main Iliad Buttress, somewhat hidden from below.

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? Binary Cave

A popular all-weather sport crag, with a couple of hairy rad cracks as well. This 50m wide section of orange wall extends left from Constipation Chimney and is protected from heavy rain by a vast roof 40m above the deck. The base is totally dry for 5m out from the cliff, is fairly flat and is a great place to hang out when the weather turns nasty (most routes were established during the wettest summer in memory!). There are currently more than 15 sport routes, and several rarely repeated old school steep trad lines. Most routes are 20-25m single pitches which end at anchors just below a large shale ledge. There are a couple of ancient aid routes which continue through the roofs above currently being freed as trad (plus future free trad potential!). Bring a rope mat as the base of the crag is dirty. Stick-clips are useful.

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? Bentrovarto Wall

This amazing orange wall is visible high through the trees from above the shale ledge track, just before you get to the cable/wire traverse of death leading to Sweet Dreams. It's just like the famous Janicepts Wall at Piddington - a slightly overhung black and orange wall extending left from a stonking corner crack - except Ben Trovato Wall is three times higher and with better rock! All the routes are technical face climbs, usually very sustained and well protected by new bolts (or bomber trad). The rock is very rough in places - bring a good set of finger tips.

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? Sweet Dreams Walls

This area is the main introduction to climbing at Sublime Point for many beginners - due to the classic easy route Swet Dreams. On a nice day there can be several parties on the route at once, so if crowds aren't your thing get on the route early! The sun hits this wall around midday - and can be scorching. Bring enough water and sunscreen!

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Route Grade Popularity Style
? *** Sweet Dreams

One of the most popular multi pitch routes in the Blue Mountains offering up a simmering dish of big exposure, good protection and easy moves. On nice sunny weekends there can be a queue so get in early! Sleepyheads starting at the crack of noon (which is bizarrely common) will also miss out on the cool morning shade, and get smashed by the sun which blasts the route from midday onwards. The route is mostly protected by old fashioned carrot bolts, however a basic trad rack is useful to reduce runouts. Most of the carrot bolts were placed after the first ascent. Start: After crossing the fixed wire walk another 40m or so to base of short scrappy looking right facing corner on right side of giant block. Up above is the vast black slab of the higher pitches. 1. 20m (14) Short wall onto ledge then left to chimney and up to ledge and tree belay. 2. 30m (10) Crack to block and bolt belay. 3. 33m (13) Traverse up and right across slab to bolt belay. 4. 30m (13) Up a few bolts then step right to crack above bowl clenching exposure. Belay on big ledge below corner. 5. 37m (14) Up easy corner for 20m and exit either left up exposed wall into the 'Variant Finish' (nicer but harder) or right (easy) to big ledge. 6. 20m (10) If you took the right variant climb chossy overhang above.

14 Trad 180m Unlink route

Topo #4025 - Binary Cave

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Route Grade Popularity Style
1 * Constipation Chimney Variant Start

A nice easy trad corner on the right side of the Binary Cave. Marked CCVS. There is now rap anchors added at the top of the first pitch. Be care full of some loss rock at the top.

12 Trad 19m Unlink route
2 * Birthday Bolts

A great wet weather protected slab climb! The right most bolted lineon the wall, sharing the first few metres of the trad corner Constipation Chimney VS on far right of crag. The bolts were a birthday gift from Vanessa and Ryan.

19 Sport 20m, 9 Unlink route
3 ** Thirty Three Years

Technical wall climbing up some great orange rock. Share the first three bolts of Birthday Bolts then take the left line direct up the steeper face. This was the first of the modern sports routes established in the Binary Cave, and kicked off Neil's tradition to establish a new route at this crag on every birthday. 3 years running so far.

21 Sport 15m, 7 Unlink route
4 * Flash Flood

Line of rings up dark orange wall 3m left of 'Thirty Three Years'. Stick clip first bolt and campus the undercut start. Nice finish up steep prow, that is now a touch harder since a key hold fell off. The start of this route is shared with the next three routes as well.

20 Sport 18m, 7 Unlink route
5 Stereo

A bit squeezed in but has some great sustained climbing. Same start as for Flash Flood for a couple of bolts then take the next line of bolts to the left. Easily to small cave then punch out a committing move above it. Nice climbing to the top, staying just left of arête.

22 Sport 20m Unlink route
6 * Thai Virus

Undercut start as for Flash Flood for a couple of bolts then slightly left and up the wall left of Stereo. A bit of a shutdown crux in the middle, that can be done slightly easier by climbing to the right of the bolts.

22 Sport 25m, 10 Unlink route
7 ** La Niña

Really good sustained climbing that wanders around a bit to link a line above the overhung section. Start as for up Flash Flood (or Nice Day for a Disco), and then move left to the furthest line of ringbolts that traverses over lip of small cave, then climb up and right up the super headwall.

22 Sport 25m, 10 Unlink route
8 A Nice Day for a Disco

This is not a full route, but confusingly an optional harder start to the previous couple of routes. Starts 2m left of Flash Flood at right side of overhung/cave. There is a hard awkward move at the 3rd bolt before it links into the other routes. Direct start links into LN, TV, S, or FF.

23 Sport 5m, 3 Unlink route
9 * Torrential

Unlikely well protected trad climbing. Starts 6m left of Flash Flood. Weave up blocky steep stuff to under big roof. Swing right across break and up seam crack to topout onto shale ledge and trad belay. Long draws useful to avoid rope drag.

20 Trad 25m Unlink route
10 * Middle Finger

Proof no-one climbs trad anymore. Climb Torrential for 12m to under big roof. Place #5 cam in slot with long sling then committing traverse left under roof and up technical small corner on great rock to bolt belay on shale ledge. Double ropes or long slings make rope drag much more pleasant.

21 Trad 25m Unlink route
11 ** Driven

Some funky moves and a great example of Bundy's creative vision to squeeze in another route! Up groove behind small tree. Swing through the roof and onto the face. Left, up and then back to the right crossing Middle Finger and on to orange headwall.

24 Sport 20m Unlink route
12 * Taxi Driver

5m left of MF, just left of small tree leaning against cliff. Steep juggy start up to big roof. Monkey across imposing roof flake then up super headwall.

24 Sport 20m, 9 Unlink route
13 ** Swinging In The Rain.

Popular steep climbing. Climb up juggy cracks and flakes to the biggest roof at Binary Cave. Crank over this with a bouldery lip move then up great orange headwall. Two long draws in the roof help reduce rope drag.

25 Sport 20m, 13 Unlink route
14 Windtalker

Not the best route here due to the chossy halfway shale ledge. The fixed sling is also an eyesore. Up the juggy wall right of Thumbs Up crack to large shale ledge under roof. Clip fixed sling then hand traverse shale ledge left to join into Thumbs Up's roof crack section. Up crack for a move then hand traverse back right above dramatic roof then up great orange wall.

25 Sport 20m, 12 Unlink route
15 Thumbs Up

An exciting steep trad line that doesn't see much love. The first pitch has been freed recently, but the upper pitches probably haven't seen a repeat in decades. For the first pitch bring a full rack including micro cams and several long slings. Start at crackline through steep wall 3m left of Swinging in the Rain. 1. 25m (24) The double roof pitch. First roof is bouldery, the second is reachy and pumpy. Finish up fantastic easy corner to trad belay on shale ledge. 2. 27m (- M4) Very thin seam crack splitting roof above. Probably requires pitons. Might go free? 3. 40m (15) Easy trench crack to top.

24 M4 Trad 92m Unlink route
16 Digitalicious.

Has a reputation for being tough for the grade and having a tricky pocket sequence. Starts just left of Thumbs Up. Boulder though a couple of roofs to an easy head wall.

25 Sport 20m, 12 Unlink route
17 Armistice Direct (CLOSED PROJECT)

Effectively a 2nd pitch to Digitalicious through the short steep roofs above the shale ledge. Short right facing flake, wall then long move through roof to jug. Hand traverse right then up steep wall above to crux move just before lip. Closed project - please stay off.

Sport Project 15m, 6 Unlink route
18 ** Armistice

The left hand finish to Armistice Direct via an outrages foot free hand traverse along a series of incut holds across a blank orange shield. Lower off large single U-bolt or backjump.

25 Sport 14m, 6 Unlink route
19 ** Binary Neil

Go go stop. The best of the harder routes at the Binary Cave Steep bouldery start trending right to rooflet then straight up the gorgeous orange wall on small sloping holds to an easier finish.

25 Sport 25m, 10 Unlink route
21 * Thumbs Out! (Project)

Controversial work in progress that has dragged on for more than two years without a first ascent! Maybe if people spent time climbing it rather than bolting and rebolting and bolt bolting then it would get done sooner? A 'trad project' that Macca was attempting - which then got ringed and then had some of the ringbolts disabled by 'bolting' them. 10 points for effort! Trad line through small rooflet - Marginal gear through roof, be careful... Bomber gear after roof, then traverse right to gear at right side of big break and up via crimps to gear, then easing to good nest of gear before final easy slab section. The race is on for who ticks this route - Jason or Macca? Stay tuned!! Either way this route was, is and always will be a trad route, if you can't step up to that challenge, please step back and stay away! . . . Thumbs In (Direct Variant) Project. Harder start. Starts a few metres to the right and joins route before crux. Start at large shelf and head up via breaks, out through roof, left to better holds and long move past blankness. Extension-Project(Trad) Macca. Continue up from the big block straight up the steepening with limited small to medium large gear options turn the lip and up 5m to belay on ledge. Good gear is available here but bolts might be placed to allow lowering or continue to top . . .

~ 23/24 Trad Project 23m Unlink route
22 Survival Day

Start just right of Thumbs Down on sandy shelf. Right trending wall to big horizontal break. Swing across this then lean back and reach the big jug over the lip. Up featured wall above. Might be grade 23, especially if you are tall.

24 Sport 20m, 10 Unlink route
23 Thumbs Down

Another old aid route through a big ceiling that has now been partially freed. 1. 25m (23) Chossy corner crack for 12m to large shale covered ledge and BR. Up short corner to roof, then traverse rightwards with difficulty (small cams) to lip of roof and easy crack finish and trad belay on shale ledge. 2. 10m (10) Corner to ledge. Best linked into next pitch. 3. 13m (23/M2) Up corner then right to prow. Overhung short corner (piton scars) and out hanging wall to juggy black stuff and up to ledge. Is being attempted as a free route by Macca (2013). 4. 30m (15) Long easy black wall of horror jugs.

23 M2 Trad 78m Unlink route
24 Socially Inept

First of the short sport routes just left of Thumbs Down. Nice wall to start then thin crimpy finish with a tricky to clip last bolt. Convince someone else to put the draws on first!

21 Sport 12m, 4 Unlink route
25 * Please Dry

Popular, mostly due to the bolts, easy grade and the weather protection. The middle of the three mini-routes. Wall to fun flake feature, then up tricky wall to finish. Some loose rock at the top.

18 Sport 12m, 5 Unlink route
26 Whimsical

The cute little slab just right of free standing pillar.

21 Sport 12m, 6 Unlink route
28 ** Thunderstruck

2 pitches. An easy first pitch, and a lovely hard pitch hidden up on the orange wall hanging above. Start 5 metres left of the mini-totem pole pillar. 1. 20m (17) Easy, peasy. A mix of FHs and ringbolts. You can lower off the big staple at the top of the wall, or much better, climb up to the ledge and do the second pitch. A rap anchor is 5m to the L, looking in, at the top of P2 of 'Hells Bells'. 2. 22m (25) 'Steep' with a low crux, then nice moves to the top.

25 Sport 45m, 17 Unlink route
29 * Hells Bells

Start: Start at blocky black corner 25m left of TD. There is a rap anchor at the top of Pitch 2, so you can do it as a single pitch and rap. This avoids the vegetated upper pitches. 1. 10m (14) Up wall right of corner aiming for a small ledge below orange roof. Single old rusty carrot. Don't stop here - link this with pitch 2. 2. 8m (15) Traverse left to arete plugging good gear in the crack under the roof. Belay at rap chain (stainless). 3. 13m (-) Diagonally left to crack and old bolt belay. Mucho vegeteriano. 4. 10m (16) Crack to bolt belay. 5. 20m (-) Diagonally left for 8m then diagonally right to ledge and tree. Scramble off to the right.

16 Trad 63m Unlink route
30 * Entourage

Both Jason and Macca eyed this line off, nether realizing the other wanted the first ascent. Jason got in first, bolting and climbing it, then Macca did the same route on trad and called it a different name. Confused? Everyone is! The route is the crack on the buttress 2m left of Hells Bells and currently also has ringbolts.

21 to 22 Sport 16m Unlink route
31 The Swiss Route Direct

The start of something big. Start: Start at ground level on the left side the major arete BEFORE you go up the rungs to Bentrovarto Wall.

16 Sport 15m, 6 Unlink route

Topo #4060

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Route Grade Popularity Style
1 * Constipation Chimney Variant Start

A nice easy trad corner on the right side of the Binary Cave. Marked CCVS. There is now rap anchors added at the top of the first pitch. Be care full of some loss rock at the top.

12 Trad 19m Unlink route
2 * Birthday Bolts

A great wet weather protected slab climb! The right most bolted lineon the wall, sharing the first few metres of the trad corner Constipation Chimney VS on far right of crag. The bolts were a birthday gift from Vanessa and Ryan.

19 Sport 20m, 9 Unlink route
3 ** Thirty Three Years

Technical wall climbing up some great orange rock. Share the first three bolts of Birthday Bolts then take the left line direct up the steeper face. This was the first of the modern sports routes established in the Binary Cave, and kicked off Neil's tradition to establish a new route at this crag on every birthday. 3 years running so far.

21 Sport 15m, 7 Unlink route

Topo #4061

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3 ** Thirty Three Years

Technical wall climbing up some great orange rock. Share the first three bolts of Birthday Bolts then take the left line direct up the steeper face. This was the first of the modern sports routes established in the Binary Cave, and kicked off Neil's tradition to establish a new route at this crag on every birthday. 3 years running so far.

21 Sport 15m, 7 Unlink route
4 * Flash Flood

Line of rings up dark orange wall 3m left of 'Thirty Three Years'. Stick clip first bolt and campus the undercut start. Nice finish up steep prow, that is now a touch harder since a key hold fell off. The start of this route is shared with the next three routes as well.

20 Sport 18m, 7 Unlink route
5 Stereo

A bit squeezed in but has some great sustained climbing. Same start as for Flash Flood for a couple of bolts then take the next line of bolts to the left. Easily to small cave then punch out a committing move above it. Nice climbing to the top, staying just left of arête.

22 Sport 20m Unlink route
6 * Thai Virus

Undercut start as for Flash Flood for a couple of bolts then slightly left and up the wall left of Stereo. A bit of a shutdown crux in the middle, that can be done slightly easier by climbing to the right of the bolts.

22 Sport 25m, 10 Unlink route
7 ** La Niña

Really good sustained climbing that wanders around a bit to link a line above the overhung section. Start as for up Flash Flood (or Nice Day for a Disco), and then move left to the furthest line of ringbolts that traverses over lip of small cave, then climb up and right up the super headwall.

22 Sport 25m, 10 Unlink route
8 A Nice Day for a Disco

This is not a full route, but confusingly an optional harder start to the previous couple of routes. Starts 2m left of Flash Flood at right side of overhung/cave. There is a hard awkward move at the 3rd bolt before it links into the other routes. Direct start links into LN, TV, S, or FF.

23 Sport 5m, 3 Unlink route

Topo #4062

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4 * Flash Flood

Line of rings up dark orange wall 3m left of 'Thirty Three Years'. Stick clip first bolt and campus the undercut start. Nice finish up steep prow, that is now a touch harder since a key hold fell off. The start of this route is shared with the next three routes as well.

20 Sport 18m, 7 Unlink route
8 A Nice Day for a Disco

This is not a full route, but confusingly an optional harder start to the previous couple of routes. Starts 2m left of Flash Flood at right side of overhung/cave. There is a hard awkward move at the 3rd bolt before it links into the other routes. Direct start links into LN, TV, S, or FF.

23 Sport 5m, 3 Unlink route

Topo #4063

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Route Grade Popularity Style
9 * Torrential

Unlikely well protected trad climbing. Starts 6m left of Flash Flood. Weave up blocky steep stuff to under big roof. Swing right across break and up seam crack to topout onto shale ledge and trad belay. Long draws useful to avoid rope drag.

20 Trad 25m Unlink route
10 * Middle Finger

Proof no-one climbs trad anymore. Climb Torrential for 12m to under big roof. Place #5 cam in slot with long sling then committing traverse left under roof and up technical small corner on great rock to bolt belay on shale ledge. Double ropes or long slings make rope drag much more pleasant.

21 Trad 25m Unlink route
11 ** Driven

Some funky moves and a great example of Bundy's creative vision to squeeze in another route! Up groove behind small tree. Swing through the roof and onto the face. Left, up and then back to the right crossing Middle Finger and on to orange headwall.

24 Sport 20m Unlink route
12 * Taxi Driver

5m left of MF, just left of small tree leaning against cliff. Steep juggy start up to big roof. Monkey across imposing roof flake then up super headwall.

24 Sport 20m, 9 Unlink route

Topo #4070

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12 * Taxi Driver

5m left of MF, just left of small tree leaning against cliff. Steep juggy start up to big roof. Monkey across imposing roof flake then up super headwall.

24 Sport 20m, 9 Unlink route
13 ** Swinging In The Rain.

Popular steep climbing. Climb up juggy cracks and flakes to the biggest roof at Binary Cave. Crank over this with a bouldery lip move then up great orange headwall. Two long draws in the roof help reduce rope drag.

25 Sport 20m, 13 Unlink route
14 Windtalker

Not the best route here due to the chossy halfway shale ledge. The fixed sling is also an eyesore. Up the juggy wall right of Thumbs Up crack to large shale ledge under roof. Clip fixed sling then hand traverse shale ledge left to join into Thumbs Up's roof crack section. Up crack for a move then hand traverse back right above dramatic roof then up great orange wall.

25 Sport 20m, 12 Unlink route
15 Thumbs Up

An exciting steep trad line that doesn't see much love. The first pitch has been freed recently, but the upper pitches probably haven't seen a repeat in decades. For the first pitch bring a full rack including micro cams and several long slings. Start at crackline through steep wall 3m left of Swinging in the Rain. 1. 25m (24) The double roof pitch. First roof is bouldery, the second is reachy and pumpy. Finish up fantastic easy corner to trad belay on shale ledge. 2. 27m (- M4) Very thin seam crack splitting roof above. Probably requires pitons. Might go free? 3. 40m (15) Easy trench crack to top.

24 M4 Trad 92m Unlink route

Topo #4064

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14 Windtalker

Not the best route here due to the chossy halfway shale ledge. The fixed sling is also an eyesore. Up the juggy wall right of Thumbs Up crack to large shale ledge under roof. Clip fixed sling then hand traverse shale ledge left to join into Thumbs Up's roof crack section. Up crack for a move then hand traverse back right above dramatic roof then up great orange wall.

25 Sport 20m, 12 Unlink route
15 Thumbs Up

An exciting steep trad line that doesn't see much love. The first pitch has been freed recently, but the upper pitches probably haven't seen a repeat in decades. For the first pitch bring a full rack including micro cams and several long slings. Start at crackline through steep wall 3m left of Swinging in the Rain. 1. 25m (24) The double roof pitch. First roof is bouldery, the second is reachy and pumpy. Finish up fantastic easy corner to trad belay on shale ledge. 2. 27m (- M4) Very thin seam crack splitting roof above. Probably requires pitons. Might go free? 3. 40m (15) Easy trench crack to top.

24 M4 Trad 92m Unlink route
16 Digitalicious.

Has a reputation for being tough for the grade and having a tricky pocket sequence. Starts just left of Thumbs Up. Boulder though a couple of roofs to an easy head wall.

25 Sport 20m, 12 Unlink route
19 ** Binary Neil

Go go stop. The best of the harder routes at the Binary Cave Steep bouldery start trending right to rooflet then straight up the gorgeous orange wall on small sloping holds to an easier finish.

25 Sport 25m, 10 Unlink route

Topo #4467

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18 ** Armistice

The left hand finish to Armistice Direct via an outrages foot free hand traverse along a series of incut holds across a blank orange shield. Lower off large single U-bolt or backjump.

25 Sport 14m, 6 Unlink route
17 Armistice Direct (CLOSED PROJECT)

Effectively a 2nd pitch to Digitalicious through the short steep roofs above the shale ledge. Short right facing flake, wall then long move through roof to jug. Hand traverse right then up steep wall above to crux move just before lip. Closed project - please stay off.

Sport Project 15m, 6 Unlink route

Topo #4066

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19 ** Binary Neil

Go go stop. The best of the harder routes at the Binary Cave Steep bouldery start trending right to rooflet then straight up the gorgeous orange wall on small sloping holds to an easier finish.

25 Sport 25m, 10 Unlink route
20 * Another Steve G Route

Whilst Bundy and Macca pissed around on their sport/trad project over several years Steve managed to send this harder version in one weekend. It's the route between Binary Neil and Thumbs Out. Looks like it has a ridiculous dyno or mega reach about 8m up.

27 Sport 25m Unlink route
21 * Thumbs Out! (Project)

Controversial work in progress that has dragged on for more than two years without a first ascent! Maybe if people spent time climbing it rather than bolting and rebolting and bolt bolting then it would get done sooner? A 'trad project' that Macca was attempting - which then got ringed and then had some of the ringbolts disabled by 'bolting' them. 10 points for effort! Trad line through small rooflet - Marginal gear through roof, be careful... Bomber gear after roof, then traverse right to gear at right side of big break and up via crimps to gear, then easing to good nest of gear before final easy slab section. The race is on for who ticks this route - Jason or Macca? Stay tuned!! Either way this route was, is and always will be a trad route, if you can't step up to that challenge, please step back and stay away! . . . Thumbs In (Direct Variant) Project. Harder start. Starts a few metres to the right and joins route before crux. Start at large shelf and head up via breaks, out through roof, left to better holds and long move past blankness. Extension-Project(Trad) Macca. Continue up from the big block straight up the steepening with limited small to medium large gear options turn the lip and up 5m to belay on ledge. Good gear is available here but bolts might be placed to allow lowering or continue to top . . .

~ 23/24 Trad Project 23m Unlink route

Topo #4065

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21 * Thumbs Out! (Project)

Controversial work in progress that has dragged on for more than two years without a first ascent! Maybe if people spent time climbing it rather than bolting and rebolting and bolt bolting then it would get done sooner? A 'trad project' that Macca was attempting - which then got ringed and then had some of the ringbolts disabled by 'bolting' them. 10 points for effort! Trad line through small rooflet - Marginal gear through roof, be careful... Bomber gear after roof, then traverse right to gear at right side of big break and up via crimps to gear, then easing to good nest of gear before final easy slab section. The race is on for who ticks this route - Jason or Macca? Stay tuned!! Either way this route was, is and always will be a trad route, if you can't step up to that challenge, please step back and stay away! . . . Thumbs In (Direct Variant) Project. Harder start. Starts a few metres to the right and joins route before crux. Start at large shelf and head up via breaks, out through roof, left to better holds and long move past blankness. Extension-Project(Trad) Macca. Continue up from the big block straight up the steepening with limited small to medium large gear options turn the lip and up 5m to belay on ledge. Good gear is available here but bolts might be placed to allow lowering or continue to top . . .

~ 23/24 Trad Project 23m Unlink route
22 Survival Day

Start just right of Thumbs Down on sandy shelf. Right trending wall to big horizontal break. Swing across this then lean back and reach the big jug over the lip. Up featured wall above. Might be grade 23, especially if you are tall.

24 Sport 20m, 10 Unlink route

Topo #4067

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23 Thumbs Down

Another old aid route through a big ceiling that has now been partially freed. 1. 25m (23) Chossy corner crack for 12m to large shale covered ledge and BR. Up short corner to roof, then traverse rightwards with difficulty (small cams) to lip of roof and easy crack finish and trad belay on shale ledge. 2. 10m (10) Corner to ledge. Best linked into next pitch. 3. 13m (23/M2) Up corner then right to prow. Overhung short corner (piton scars) and out hanging wall to juggy black stuff and up to ledge. Is being attempted as a free route by Macca (2013). 4. 30m (15) Long easy black wall of horror jugs.

23 M2 Trad 78m Unlink route
24 Socially Inept

First of the short sport routes just left of Thumbs Down. Nice wall to start then thin crimpy finish with a tricky to clip last bolt. Convince someone else to put the draws on first!

21 Sport 12m, 4 Unlink route
25 * Please Dry

Popular, mostly due to the bolts, easy grade and the weather protection. The middle of the three mini-routes. Wall to fun flake feature, then up tricky wall to finish. Some loose rock at the top.

18 Sport 12m, 5 Unlink route

Topo #4068

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25 * Please Dry

Popular, mostly due to the bolts, easy grade and the weather protection. The middle of the three mini-routes. Wall to fun flake feature, then up tricky wall to finish. Some loose rock at the top.

18 Sport 12m, 5 Unlink route
26 Whimsical

The cute little slab just right of free standing pillar.

21 Sport 12m, 6 Unlink route

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