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Table of contents

1. Perfect Area 17 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
Sport and Trad
Access Issues: inherited from Bulahdelah

Parking can get a bit congested at times so it is best to carpool if possile. If heading to the Goat Cave then do not drive in or park in front of the gate as the neighbouring landowner has indicated he doesn't want cars blocking access to his property. Park to the side of the gate and walk the fire trail.

Approach:

From the saddle above the carpark (drop down the other side of the ridge and turn right for about 100m.

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.

1.1. Perfect Buttress 2 routes in Unknown

Summary:
All Sport
Description:

The first wall encountered south of the saddle. Ledgy on its northern aspect it has 2 routes on the south corner

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Double Trouble / Overhanging arete

John Wildes route starting from ledge into offwidth and then up overhanging arete

20Sport 22m
2 Trouble

From ground level scramble up slab for 5 m before clipping first bolt, into crack on right then up past bolts to DRB anchor

FA: J Wilde, 2010

22Sport 22m

1.2. Subperfect wall 2 routes in Unknown

Summary:
All Sport
Description:

The wall immediately to the left and slightly above the buttress

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Sub Perfect

Up knobbly, mossy wall

FA: David Gray, 2012

20Sport 12m, 4
2 Tango til you Puke

Up the crack just left of arete, then hard moves right through bulge. Hard to clip second bolt- just preclip it.

FA: V Wills, 2013

24Sport Project 11m, 5

1.3. Perfect Wall 8 routes in Unknown

Summary:
Trad and Sport
Description:

A vertical wall with a wide crack at its right end

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 No bolts

The left thin crack with slightly underprotected start and finish. Veer right at end to use anchors on PB

20Trad 15m
2 * Perfect Butterfly

Up a black wall between two trad routes

FA: David Gray, V Wills, 2012

20Sport 15m
3 Johns trad route

Up left of Perfect 6 via thin cracks and horizontals. Top out at ledge and use high DRRB to right

FA: J Wilde

19Trad 16m
4 ** perfect 6 20Trad 17m
5 ** Perfect 7 19Trad 17m
6 * Destructo Dave

Up at large flake scar to cave then moves to shared anchors with route to right

FA: V Wills, David Gray, 2012

21Sport 15m
7 ** 20/20 Vision

Up just left of crack at right hand end of wall, through cave to shared anchors

FA: V Wills, David Gray, 2012

21Sport 15m
8 * Chocolate Fondant

The crack at right hand end of wall, at roof follow crack right onto arete and then belay at tree or fixed biners on ledge

FA: V Wills, David Gray, 2012

18Trad 20m

1.4. Toyland 2 routes in Area

Summary:
All Sport
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Broken Toy Soldier. 21Sport 12m
2 ** Arrons whet the hell were you thinking project. 25Sport 12m

1.5. Tox Box Cave 3 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Sport
Description:

A small and well featured cave facing west, The rock looks quite fragile but is surprising holding up well. The hangers used on these routes need to be changed as they are rusting quite badly!!!!

Approach:

Just west of the Toyland area. Just south of The Delah wall too.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Barbie Is A Slut

The left cave route. Jugs out the top.

Set by Aidan Smith

FA: Tim Haasnoot

19Sport 12m
2 Mr Potato Head

Set by Aidan Smith

FA: Michael Leong

15Sport 10m
3 The Ken Mobile

Tough short little route in the right hand cave.

Set by Aidan Smith

FA: Tim Haasnoot

23Sport 6m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
15 Mr Potato Head Sport 10m 1.5. Tox Box Cave
18 * Chocolate Fondant Trad 20m 1.3. Perfect Wall
19 Johns trad route Trad 16m 1.3. Perfect Wall
** Perfect 7 Trad 17m 1.3. Perfect Wall
Barbie Is A Slut Sport 12m 1.5. Tox Box Cave
20 Double Trouble Sport 22m 1.1. Perfect Buttress
Sub Perfect Sport 12m, 4 1.2. Subperfect wall
No bolts Trad 15m 1.3. Perfect Wall
* Perfect Butterfly Sport 15m 1.3. Perfect Wall
** perfect 6 Trad 17m 1.3. Perfect Wall
21 ** 20/20 Vision Sport 15m 1.3. Perfect Wall
* Destructo Dave Sport 15m 1.3. Perfect Wall
*** Broken Toy Soldier. Sport 12m 1.4. Toyland
22 Trouble Sport 22m 1.1. Perfect Buttress
23 The Ken Mobile Sport 6m 1.5. Tox Box Cave
24 Tango til you Puke Sport Project 11m, 5 1.2. Subperfect wall
25 ** Arrons whet the hell were you thinking project. Sport 12m 1.4. Toyland