Billy Woods wall


Some long quality sport routes on the south western side of the mountain. Afternoon sun through the trees.

Access issues inherited from Bulahdelah

Major access issues in all areas at present. Walking through the state forest is fine but DO NOT CLIMB south of the lookout. Permission has been granted by the new landholders to climb on the northern part of the cliffs. This includes the Beehive, Fiegs overhang and the Cave. However getting there is tricky. A landowner to the north is alleging climbers have damaged his property. Do not cross at the water reservoir or trespass on the northwest side of the ridge. Parking down near the golf course, then skirting the southern boundary of the golf course will keep you on the land we have permission to access. Hopefully a map of this will appear soon.


From the sharp left-hand bend in the tourist road aproximatly400m before the main mountain car park, park here. Follow the trail south for 200m along track the head directly up the hill. After another 100m you should be below a few slab routes.

Ethic inherited from Bulahdelah

If you intend to bolt then it is best to speak to the locals as they will inform you of the do's and don'ts of bolting in the area.


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Start up billy woods then follow the line of bolts out left.

Long and pumpy. Consistent climbing up the left end of wall.

FA: John Wilde

Starting on the smooth white rock 2m right of billy. Straight up the vague crack and pump it out to top.

Traverse left for a few moves then straight up wall. Ring bolts.

Start down low and then up a few moves and up to the right.

FA: Daniel Wilde

Easier moves to spike then head right on desperately thin holds to sloper on bulge and up to anchors on Chewbacca. 5 Fhs.

FA: Daniel Wilde

Start at the low belay bolt then straight up wall.

FA: John Wilde

3m right of Chrispy, up the slab to a good stance, then up the steep wall.

FA: John Wilde, 2008

The ever steepening route on the right of the slab. Follow the flake to start then traverse left to anchors.

FA: John Wilde, 2008


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