- Height: 52m
- Pitches: 1
- Ascents: 456
- Aka: Yorkshire Crack (P1)
- Description:© (secretary)
One of the all-time classic routes of the region, if not 'Australia'. 'Fantastic' climbing up the searing crack on a stunning wall. Rap anchors at the top of the first pitch.
Start: Start at the base of the mega obvious crack.
22m (18) Blast straight up the crack, jamming through a low crux. Follow the crack left to a rest, then back right to an awkward finish. This pitch is also known as Yorkshire Crack.
10m (23) A rarely repeated direct finish to the route goes straight over the overhang above the first belay, passing some old carrots en route.
First Ascent: J Moore (Pitch 2: J Ewbank 1967, FFA: M Law 1978)
Located in Mount Piddington approx:
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Route Grade Citations
|18||Blue Mountains Selected Climbing Areas|
|18||Blue Mountains Climbing|
|19||RockGUIDE: The Blue Mountains|
|20||Rockclimbs in the Upper Blue Mountains|
|23 ***||ACA Route Register|
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