- Height: 180m
- Pitches: 6
- Ascents: 30
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The original route on 'The Central Slabs', a diagonal ascent from left to right. Start 30 metres left of 'Closer In' at a short crack below a ledge.
35 metres - Ascend the short crack to a bushy ledge. Climb the steep wall above and a crack trending right, then traverse left onto a grey, flaky area (two bolts). Delicately up to a bolt, then up the shallow crack to a ledge (double bolt belay).
35 metres - Traverse 20 metres right along a ledge system until it peters out, continue around a bulge and follow more ledges to beneath a vertical flake formed crack (double bolt belay shared with 'Closer In' et al.).
42 metres - Up the flake formed crack for 6 metres, then traverse right (well below the first bolt on 'Closer In') and then up and left to a ledge with small gear and a very dubious bolt. Up over ledges, a corner and mossy slab to a ledge and bush (or continue on to the second belay on 'Closer In').
24 metres - Climb the crack, trending left for about six metres, then traverse left for about 12 metres and up into a V-groove to belay.
18 metres - Climb the corner and crack above to the left side of the overhanging yellow rock, across the gap and onto a large ledge.
25 metres - Climb up right for five metres onto a flaky ledge, then up left to another. Continue over a short wall to the top.
- Ethic: inherited from Booroomba Rocks
The ethic at Booroomba is generally staunchly traditional. Most climbing goes either entirely on gear or gear with bolts for those walls where there is insufficient gear to protect climbs. Climbs are occasionally rebolted, but retro-bolting would be considered vandalism of the lowest order.
First Ascent: & Neil Anderson (var.), 1969
Located in Central Slabs approx:
Route Grade Citations
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Overall quality score: 77%
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