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Long/Lat: 152.522386, -26.144373
Mini crag with several short but fun sport routes good for beginner to intermediate climbers.
All routes are well protected with u-bolts (UBs in the descriptions). Climbs are listed left to right.
- Descent Notes:
All climbs have double bolt belays (DBBs in the descriptions) at the top for easy lowering / top belaying.
Start on the small buttress with a block balanced on top at the the L-most end of the cliff.
Climb up and onto the perched block. 2 UBs & DBB.
FA: Lee Cujes, 2009
Not On Porpoise
Start just L of the small cave, 3m R of 'Irukandji'.
Pumpy moves trending R past 4 UBs to DBB shared with 'Chironex'.
FA: Matt Schimke, 2011
Start just R of the small cave, 3m R of 'Not On Porpoise'.
Fun moves up steep rock. 3 UBs to DBB shared with 'NOP'.
FA: Lee Cujes, 2009
The remaining 4 climbs are about 20m R of 'Chironex' on the tall buttress with a slab apron at its base.
Hook Line And Sinker
Start up L side of slab apron.
FA: Chris Gibson, 2009
Start at apex of slab apron, 4m R of 'Hook Line And Sinker'.
Up deceptively tricky slab past 2 UBs to vertical wall. Straight up wall past 2 further UBs before joining 'HLAS' at its 2nd last UB. DBB shared with 'HLAS' & 'Grey Nurse'.
FA: John Martin, 2009
Start in chimney 5m R of 'Becalmed'.
FA: Alice Fletcher, 2009
Catch Of The Day
Start as for 'Grey Nurse'.
Head straight up face after clipping 1st UB shared with 'Grey Nurse'. Nice moves up corner in 2nd half to below roof then an exhilarating push through roof to finish at DBB on prow. 5 UBs total. Great climbing and almost as fun to watch!
FA: Sam Cujes, 2009
|Hook Line And Sinker||510m,|
|Not On Porpoise||48m,|
|20||Catch Of The Day||510m,|