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Follow the bottom of the hill you were about to start driving up, you will notice boulders up high. When the boulders are tallest, head downhill and will soon find yourself on top of the overhang, 200-250 metres off the road. Scree is to the R if facing away from the road. Some old routes exist with carrots at the bottom of the scree these are easy generic 'Brooyar' climbing, no info.

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The first new crag is 300m past Eagle's Nest as you head away from the campground. Park at the bottom of the slope as you go to start uphill again. The crag is on the same side as existing crags.

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Now a complete sport route - fully bolted. Fairly hard start, then work out on good holds and heel hooks, clip bolt with chain extender before emerging to crux, gaining the corner. Six UBs to DUBB.

FA: G Page & A Dodson, 2006

3m R of HE, 6 UBs to DUBB. Clip second and go straight up. For a grade 24 variant, go out under rooflet, boulder crux, clip lip and keep going up.

FA: G Page & A Dodson, 2007

A unique route for Brooyar, 8 UBs to DBB (long slings recommended for 3rd and 6th).

FA: Graham Page & Clint Westbrook, 2008

Start up crack chimney feature on the right of the crag. Six RBs to lower off in centre of roof. Semi sloping campus.

FA: Graham Page & Clint Westbrook, 2008


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