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Long/Lat: 152.531867, -26.147938
- Description:© (hotgemini)
Good short and steep climbing, with mostly better rock quality than many 'Brooyar' crags. It has little future potential and is limited by the combination of a largely blank lower overhanging section leading to an unpleasant meander through the lichen on the upper section.
All bar one of the current routes follow weaknesses through the enjoyable overhung lower section and finish at a lower-off.
- Approach:© (hotgemini)
Park at faint fire road that disappears sharply right as you drive up from the campground (marked with cairn).
Follow line of cairns down sandy descent to the right end of the cliff and either traverse across narrow sand covered ledge or head lower and re-ascend to the height of the climbs.
Thin slab and pockets to chain.
Start: The right most climb at wolf's lair. Approximately 2m right of 'Awesome Wells'.
FA: Neil Monteith, 1998
Intricate and interesting climbing.
Start: Start just left of boulder, almost directly under chains for 'Predator'.
FA: Herb Brandemier, 1997
Powerful overhung climbing
Start: Start 2 metre left of 'Awesome Wells' directly below ledge and anchors.
FA: Herb Brandemier, 1997
Sand In My Pants
Poor quality climbing.
Start: In corner 2m left of 'Awesome Fearsome'
FA: Tom Walsh and Randomir Schmidt, 1998
Stickclip FH then boulder up overhung wall trending right past BR to mini roof and ledge. Thin moves continue up a faint corner past a BR & #1.5 SLCD to finish at chains.
FA: Neil Monteith and Lee Skidmore, 1997
Layback up corner on natural gear to overhung arete. Clip FH and climb up and left to jug on lip. Clip BR and mantle ledge. Up face above to chain.
FA: Neil Monteith and Dan Meyers, 1997
The hardest route at 'Brooyar' went begging for 11 years! The recipe blends some modern techo bouldering with some old school flavour in the form of tough fingerlocks...mmm, zesty! Rebolted after the first ascent (four rings) to encourage repeats! U-bolt for belayer on ledge to start and rap anchor at top.
FA: Lee Cujes, 2008
A moderate grade swim through the lichen.
Start: Rap down to tree belay at base of two arêtes.
FA: Dan Meyers and Neil Monteith, 1997
The Big Bad Wolf
The line of ring bolts at the far left end of Wolf's Lair, about 10m L of Bio Logic. Through a small rooflet, then up a blank corner/face, to rest beneath the roof. Swing out the roof on jugs passing two rings and an optional #3.5 SLCD. Pull the lip (no pikers!), and finish hands-free on the ledge. Double ring anchor, but due to drag easier to back climb or top belay and second to clean.
FA: Chris Coghill, 2000
|17 R||Sand In My Pants||15m|
|23||The Big Bad Wolf||515m,|